Do you find it difficult to hear dialogue on TV? This may be because the shows aren’t as balanced as they should be – explosions seem to be the focus of the entertainment. If you’re tired of turning the volume up to maximum or turning on subtitles just to understand what’s being said on the screen, you might want to think about it TV Ears Wireless Headset System. This popular option makes it easy to adjust the sound and hear what’s happening without making the whole house deafening. Right now you can grab a set on sale for $129 (was $170) – and it’s available many other options also available.
Why is this a good offer?
That’s not the absolute lowest price this headset has ever had, but it’s still an insanely good discount. It’s a good starting point for TV viewers with hearing loss and is much cheaper than alternatives – for example a surround sound system.
Why do I need these?
If you have difficulty hearing the TV, this headset can be a real revolution. They’re easy to set up and install (and if you do have trouble, many reviewers report that the company is very customer-focused). Once connected, simply use the large knob to control the volume and a second knob to control the sound. Adjust it to your liking – no one else can hear it because the earbuds sit in your ears.
While you’re listening to your TV Ears, the sound will continue to play at normal volume for everyone else, meaning no more arguments about volume levels that are uncomfortable for some and too low for others. Uhhh. According to the company, the device works flawlessly with all TVs, from modern top-of-the-line models to older analogue sets.
With just one quick charge, the headset achieves six hours of playback time, although an initial charge time of 14 hours is recommended during setup. For the audiophiles out there who want numbers, it has an audio frequency response of 20 to 20,000 Hz and a maximum sound pressure level of 120 dB.
What reviewers say
“I love those. I can hear the TV again. I don’t have to turn the TV up so loud anymore.” said one reviewer – and isn’t that what everyone is looking for?
Another buyer commented on customer service: “We couldn’t connect it to the TV because we’re technically overwhelmed. I called TV Ears and they told me exactly what to do and it took minutes to get it working.” [My husband] says they work great and he likes them better than the old ones. TV Ears registered them for me over the phone. They have a very good guarantee. The man asked me not to hesitate to call again if there were any problems. The company is very customer-focused.”
Another spouse said“They work great and I love them. I can now adjust the TV’s normal volume. We can both hear what is being said. Easy to connect. Had good directions. The only downside is that if I tell him something, he can do it.” “I can’t hear myself without taking off the earpiece. The advantage far outweighs this small disadvantage. I just wave at him to get his attention when I want to say something. It’s worth the price.”
Buyers love how straightforward these are: “We purchased an expensive Bluetooth device from the hearing aid manufacturer to send the TV audio signal to my mother’s hearing aids, but it was too complicated for her to use with the cross hearing aid setup. I tried it.” With the TV Ears Digital Wireless Headset, she can now hear all dialogue perfectly and can watch her news and programs again.?
The reviews quoted above reflect the most current versions at the time of publication.
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