Can't hear the tv? Try these tips

April 13, 2017

When walking into your house does your family constantly tell you how loud the tv is, but you just can’t seem to hear it?

You’re not alone.

Turning up the TV is your way of drowning out background noise, but this can eventually affect how your loved ones start to hear. Even with a hearing problem, there are always ways to improve the sound coming to your ears, without having to blast the TV.

Here are a few devices we would recommend to help keep the volume down.

Micro Mic

The Resound Micro Mic, pairs to any wireless hearing aid and can easily be clipped on to clothing.  With a range up to 25 meters away this device is perfect for streaming voices and sound while ignoring background noise.

Multi Mic

With the same hearing range of 25M, the Multi Mic can be used as a table microphone, as well as hold the capabilities to connect to a loop system and FM system. With the requirement of an FM receiver, the Multi Mic can connect directly to your smart hearing aids, allowing you to get sound directly to your ears, with the ability to move freely and wirelessly.

TV Streamer

The TV streamer plugs into your TV, stereo or computer and streams stereo sound directly into your ReSound hearing aids. You can listen at your own volume, while the people around you listen at theirs.

Phone Clip

Pair your ReSound hearing aids to any Bluetooth enabled phone or iPad, and use your hearing aids as headphones for phone calls, or for streaming stereo-sound from videos, playlists and more. The Phone clip also works as a basic remote control for your hearing aids!

If you’re having troubles hearing in noisy places or while watching tv and are wondering if your hearing should be tested, book an appointment today. We can suggest what is best suited for you!

 


 
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