Allow Multipoint Connectivity for ReSound Linx 3d Hearing Aids and Windows 10 Bluetooth
Please ensure Multipoint Connectivity between WINDOWS 10 and the ReSound Linx 3d Hearing Aids. I wear two and would desperately enjoy being able to listen to music with my children. Currently, with only one connection, I alone get to hear the music or Just the laptop speakers. Both should be able to stream at the same time. The new world of music is open to me now and I cannot share in it properly with my family.
'Windows has an audio feature called “Stereo Mix” that may meet your needs'.
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Norm Reynolds commented
Totally worthless answer given by Microsoft Accessibility
Thank you for your feedback. Windows has an audio feature called “Stereo Mix” that may meet your needs. In the Recording tab of the Sounds dialog this feature can be enabled. Once enabled and set as the default recording device, choose Properties. In the Listen tab, check “listen to this device”, and select a second output device.
The Microsoft Disability Answer Desk team.