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Signia StreamLine Mic (Repackaged)

by Signia
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Original price $249.99
Original price $249.99 - Original price $249.99
Original price $249.99
Current price $199.99
$199.99 - $199.99
Current price $199.99

This item includes a 1-year manufacturer warranty in addition to all of the original Signia StreamLine Mic parts and accessories minus the shiny-white Signia packaging / box.

The Signia StreamLine Mic is a bluetooth hearing aid accessory that streams music or speech directly to wireless Signia hearing aids. The StreamLine Mic also features a built-in remote microphone that easily clips to your partner's jacket, collar, or lapel to improve hearing conversations in noisy environments, as well as speakers in large rooms.    

The StreamLine Mic instantly turns ordinary hearing aids into a mobile headset and is the ultimate wireless solution for Android users, or commuters that want to hear music, audiobooks, phone calls, and more, discreetly in their Signia hearing aids. 

  • Includes 1-year warranty
  • Hands-free phone calls or VoIP 
  • Hear speech at a distance or in background noise
  • Basic hearing aid remote control
  • Wireless streaming of music and video in stereo 
  • Easy to pair (video below)
  • No professional programming required
  • Compatible with Signia Styletto Connect, Primax, Nx and X, AX and IX models
  • Original Signia product in manufacturer-sealed packaging
  • Includes instructions for use, regular and long lanyard, power adapter for charging, USB charge cable, protective pouch
  • Also used as Smart Mic for Rexton M-Core models (#1230854)


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Ken Robertson
Streamline Mic 1.1

I bought this to integrate my hearing aids with my pc, I'm an avid gamer who stays up late at night and my pc is in my bedroom, so I want to be able to game without disturbing my wife while she's sleeping at night. Headphones get uncomfortable for prolonged periods. They worked for a while then started cutting out every 10 seconds. I'm getting my hearing aids' firmware updated soon, I've read online that should fix the issue. They work very well with my TV, no cutting out whatsoever and hopefully with the hearing aid firmware update, will work as well with my pc.