Serene Innovations TV-SB Portable Wireless Tv Soundbox with Extra Power Adapter with LIBERTY Microfiber Cleaning ClothTV Listening Devices Amplify Audio For Your Elderly Loved One While Keeping The TV Volume Low
If you’ve ever lived in a condo or apartment building and could hear your neighbor’s television, made worse by annoyingly loud commercials, you can probably understand the value of a wireless TV listening devices like the Serene Innovations Portable Wireless Soundbox or the Seinheiser SET900 Wireless Assistive TV Listening System.
Listening systems are lightweight, portable devices that connect directly to, or wirelessly, through your television or a facility’s infra-red transmission system.
These TV listening systems act as a separate rechargeable speaker that allows control of sound apart from the tv speaker and/or amplifies sound in concert halls, theaters, or other public venues.
Benefits of the Serene Innovations Soundbox
With the Serene Innovations Soundbox, the transmitter can be in one room and the portable speaker in another with a range of up to a 1000 feet so the listener can listen to his favorite show or to music from a phone, computer or other audio device.
The Soundbox allows for 8 hours of use between charges and comes with the speaker, charger base, an audio cord and AC adaptor.
Sennheiser Set 900 Infrared TV & Personal Amplifier Receiver (RI900)
Another Leader In TV Listening Devices – The Sennheiser Set 900
The Sennheiser Set 900 is perfect, not only for television listening, but to assist hearing in concerts or movie theaters that have infra red transmission capability.
It allows the user to make volume adjustments for best sound quality. The Set 900 receiver has two microphones that are designed to pick up other sounds like voices or a phone ringing at the same time the listener is watching television.
The Sennheiser Set 900 comes complete with receiver, charging station, battery, all adaptors, cables and a carrying case.
Assistive listening systems are ideal for elderly people who may have declining hearing and live in assisted living facilities, apartments, or in a home with other people that may be bothered by loud televisions.