Built-in battery with USB Charging, Portable form factor, yet powerful sound optimized for the ultimate TV listening experience. Additional speakers and 5.8 headsets can be purchased. No Pairing Required. No Bluetooth. Fast Installation.
Introducing the TV•Ears® 5.8 Digital wireless 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® 5.8 Digital wireless headset weighs only 2 oz and is designed to rest under the chin so it won’t mess up your hair, become hot, or uncomfortable. It also features naturally angled ear tips designed to fit comfortably inside the ear canal and direct the sound straight into the ear. New features include USB charging support and long range for multi-room TV listening.
We have studied the anatomy of the human ear and created an improved acoustic experience by changing the angle of the audio output in a more ergonomic style allowing for better audio reception. By setting the angle of the ear tip, we have created an unobstructed path for the audio to travel from the headset’s speakers right through the ear canal. This direct audio path provides a much clearer and richer TV listening experience every time.
Voice Enhancement Technology is an option offered on our TV Speaker which helps to clarify hard to hear dialog. There are two buttons on the top of the speaker labeled Voice and Theater.
Choose the Voice setting when listening to the news, sports or hard to hear programs. Choose the Theater setting when watching a movie or streaming content.
|Audio Frequency Response||65- 20,000 Hz|
|Transmission Frequency||5.8 GHz|
|Digital Connectivity||PCM product compatibility|
|Max SPL||120 dB|
(H x W x D)
|11.82” x 7.88″ x 6.22″|
(H x W x D)
|8” x 5.4375” x 0.774”|
(H x W x D)
|1.48” x 4.33” x 3.58”|
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.
Charge and Operate 5.8 Digital Headset:
After charging using the provided USB-C charging cable, use the dials to turn on 5.8 Digital headset – Adjust volume and tone independently. Additional headsets can be purchased here.
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.
TV Ears are uniquely classified as “Assistive Listening Devices” which allows them to have features that other TV headsets cannot such as our patented “Voice Clarifying Circuitry ” and 120 decibels of volume.
This is a very common problem exacerbated by multi-channel audio tracks and super thin televisions that have the speakers pointed down or even backwards. Soundbars can help but they produce a surround-sound experience which can make it even more difficult to understanding television dialog.
The best solution is a headset or a speaker that amplifies human speech frequencies (500 to 2500 Hz) and reduce background sounds (0 to 500 Hz) so the television dialog jumps out from these complex audio tracks. Hearing aids are designed to do this, but they amplify every noise in the room. TV Ears also does this but has the advantage of amplifying the television dialog directly into your ears.
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