TV Ears Dr Recommended Wireless Voice Clarifying TV Speaker – Voice Clarifying and Home Theater Settings for Hearing Impaired TV Viewers
Introducing the TV•Ears® 5.8 Digital Wireless TV Speaker .
Better than a traditional Soundbar. Crystal Clear, High quality TV audio …. where you want it, when you want it.
Traditional Soundbars send the television audio across the room which requires more volume resulting in more audio distortion and overall room noise. So why not move the soundbar within arm’s-reach?
This will lower the overall room noise and make television easier to understand. Like a friend sitting next to you instead of shouting across the room.
The TV Ears Wireless Speaker is easy to setup and use. A single large dial turns the power on and off, and the volume up and down. The large on/off “mute” button is ideal for muting commercials. Two toggle buttons allow you to select either voice Clarifying or Theater Sound profiles. Two USB ports are available for charging cellphones, iPads, or the optional TV Ears 5.8 Digital Headset
The transmitter is plugged into an electrical wall outlet or preferably your television’s USB port and into your television’s digital, 3.5 or RCA “audio out port”.
These ports are located on the back of your television and look like these images. If your television doesn’t have these “audio out ports” try plugging it into your satellite or cable box.
Once the Transmitter is connected to the “audio out port” of your television and powered up by plugging it into a wall outlet or your television’s USB port, affix it to the back of your television.
Charge and Operate TV Speaker:
Place the TV Speaker within arm’s length and adjust the large volume dial and choose between Voice and Theater settings.
This speaker has a large “mute” button and USB charging ports on the top surface. Use the charging ports for your cell phone, tablet or the addition of a 5.8 headphone. The transmitter will continually send the television audio to the speaker and any other headsets/speakers if the television is turned on and the speaker charged or plugged into a wall outlet.