Yes, you should be able to listen to music from your phone, and other bluetooth devices should be able to pair and connect. The device is called the Resound Unite Phone Clip.
Originally Posted by Pauleduc
Problem is, the sound is not that great. Your audiologist can make some adjustments and give you a little bass, but overall, just "OK" sound (not as good as ear buds).
The other device is called the Resound Mini-microphone. It has a microphone so someone could speak into that and it would go right into your hearing aids, and it has a line-in so you can plug a wire from the headphone jack of anything, into the line-in of the mini-microphone.
Since it is not geared primarily for phone use the mini-microphone may have better quality, I haven't tried it.
Freq . Left . Right . . . Word Recognition Details and Equipment
250 . 25 . 20
500 . 20 . 25 . . . SRT L/R = 60/55 , WRS @ 105 L/R = 80/84%
1000 . 30 . 40 . . Kirkland 5.0 (Resound Verso 9) from Costco (December 2014)
1500 . 50 . 55 . . Phone Clip+ (May 2013).
2000 . 55 . 70 . . Resound TV transmitter (December 2014)
3000 . 75 . 90
4000 . 85 . 100
6000 . 90 . 100
8000 . 80 . 90