It’s an all-too-familiar situation for those living with someone that has hearing loss. Watching a movie or television with a family member with the TV volume so loud it’s uncomfortable. When you try to turn the volume down, you’re met with complaints about not being able to hear anything.
Hearing aids can help to a point, but they also make background noise louder. Now, there is a solution to satisfy both parties.
The Audio Fox Wireless TV Speaker system for those with hearing impairments allows users to watch TV at their own personal volume. With small speakers that focus crystal clear sound just a few inches from the ear, the hard of hearing can listen as loud as they need without disrupting those around them.
The Audio Fox System
The complete Audio Fox Wireless TV Speaker system comes with everything below, including two high-quality speakers, wireless transmitter, and audio output connectors for use with almost any TV set. The transmitter box is small, not much bigger than a deck of cards. This means it can be easily hidden from view.
The speakers easily fit over the back of your recliner, loveseat, or couch and come in four different colors. The volume control and mute button are located on the speaker itself, meaning the user can adjust volume without having to get up or scramble for a remote.
The volume doesn’t need to be blasted because the speakers are so close, so users can still hear the doorbell, hold a conversation, or hear their name being called from another room. Want to listen in complete silence? The speakers also come with a headohone jack, an ideal way to completely block out any ambient noise and enjoy your show with great sound quality.
Worried about battery life? Don’t be. Both the headphones and transmitter are plugged into a wall outlet. The best part of all? The Audio Fox Wireless Speakers and TV speakers or sound bar operate separately. No matter how quiet the set is - even on mute - Audio Fox speakers will still deliver sound.
That means everyone can listen to the TV at their preferred level without affecting each other. No more arguing over the volume, no more asking for the TV to be turned down for a phone call, no more missed doorbells.