True Wireless™ devices

Some everyday activities present hearing challenges. Our True Wireless devices are accessories that can help improve the hearing experience.

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What you'll find on this page

  • How True Wireless devices can help adults and children hear better in difficult situations.
  • Accessories that make it easier to watch TV, talk on the phone and listen to music.

Wireless freedom. No strings attached

Adults and children can get closer to the sounds and experiences that matter to them. Join work meetings and classroom discussions. Watch TV and talk on the phone.

These are just some of the ways individuals can connect to the people they love and to the world around them – using accessories without cords, neck loops or wires.

We design True Wireless devices so adults and children can focus less on trying to hear and more on enjoying their life.

What True Wireless devices means

With True Wireless devices, audio is streamed straight to the Cochlear™ sound processor without any interference. True Wireless devices connect to an individual's sound processor using Bluetooth® technology.

True Wireless devices are compatible with the following Cochlear sound processors:

  1. Nucleus® 8 Sound Processor
  2. Nucleus 7 Sound Processor
  3. Nucleus Kanso® 2 Sound Processor
  4. Nucleus Kanso Sound Processor
  5. Nucleus 6 Sound Processor
  6. Baha® 5 sound processors

Explore how True Wireless devices can help you hear

A close-up photo of the Mini Microphone 2/2+, TV Streamer and Phone Clip
  1. Cochlear™ Wireless Mini Microphone 2+
  2. Cochlear™ Wireless TV Streamer
  3. Cochlear™ Wireless Phone Clip

Voice and music streaming: the Cochlear Wireless Phone Clip

Recipients can leave their phone in their pocket and enjoy convenient calls with the Cochlear Wireless Phone Clip.

It’s small and lightweight. Adults and children can easily clip it to their clothing and take it wherever they go so they can:

  • Stream phone calls wirelessly to their sound processor.
  • Listen to music or videos from their smartphone or tablet.
  • Use their smartphone’s voice command.

Do you have a smartphone?

Our latest Nucleus and Baha sound processors feature built-in, advanced technology that provides direct audio streaming from a compatible Apple or Android™ device,* so you can listen to music, watch movies or use apps, without the need to add any extra accessories.

If you don't have a compatible smartphone, you can stream phone calls, music and more to your sound processor by using the Wireless Phone Clip.

Capture each moment: Mini Microphone 2+

Whether a person is in a lecture hall, a yoga class, an office meeting or on a football field, the Mini Microphone 2+ transmits speech and sound to their sound processor and can help them hear more clearly.1-3


An adult sound processor wearer can clip a Mini Microphone 2+ to their companion’s collar when they’re dining at a restaurant, or a parent can ask their child's teacher to clip it on and use it during lesson time.

Group conversations

Place a Mini Microphone 2+ in the centre of a meeting room at work, or in child’s classroom for group games and learning.

The Mini Microphone 2+ also offers connectivity to audio sources such as TV, Hi-Fi, loop systems and FM systems.

Enjoy caption-free viewing: TV Streamer

Adults and children can experience TV without turning the volume to uncomfortable levels for others. With the Cochlear Wireless TV Streamer, they can set their own personal volume and transmit sound to their sound processor.

"I can hear with the Baha technology, but with the True Wireless technology I can hear even better."

- Debra, Cochlear™ Baha® System recipient

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This material is intended for health professionals. If you are a consumer, please seek advice from your health professional about treatments for hearing loss. Outcomes may vary, and your health professional will advise you about the factors which could affect your outcome. Always read the instructions for use. Not all products are available in all countries. Please contact your local Cochlear representative for product information.

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* Currently available for the Cochlear Baha 5, Baha 6, Nucleus 6, Nucleus 7,Nucleus 8, Kanso 2 and Kanso Sound Processors. For compatibility information visit

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Cochlear Baha 6 and Baha 5 sound processors are compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. For compatibility information visit

For information regarding the compatibility of Cochlear’s Sound Processors with True Wireless devices


  1. Wolfe J, et al. Improving hearing performance for cochlear implant recipients with use of a digital, wireless, remote-microphone, audio-streaming accessory. J Am Acad Audiol. (2015 June);26(6):532-9.
  2. Razza S, et al. Evaluation of speech reception threshold in noise in young Cochlear Nucleus® system 6 implant recipients using two different digital remote microphone technologies and a speech enhancement sound processing algorithm. Int Journal Pediat Otorhinolaryngology, (2017 Oct); Oct;103: 71-75.
  3. Jones M, Hearing in Noise Benefit Using the Cochlear Mini Microphone 2+ with Nucleus Sound Processors, CI2017 Pediatric 15th Symposium on Cochlear Implants in Children, San Francisco, CA. (2017 July).