Avantree TV Wireless Earbuds

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Avantree TV Wireless Earbuds are intended for use by hearing-impaired persons or those who do not want to disturb others when watching TV. 



How the company describes the product: 

MULTIPLE FUNCTIONS  1) Left / Right ear balance control 2) Volume control 3) Enhanced High Volume 4) Three preset audio profiles including Bass, Treble and Balanced mode 5) Mono or stereo mode 6) No audio delay. ENJOY TV WITH FRIENDS / FAMILY HT380 allows you to add additional neck-loop receivers so you and another friend/family member can watch TV together. The transmitter dock can simultaneously support up to 100 neck-loop receivers - so feel free to add even more! HT380 Digital Wireless earphones set is compatible with all TVs on the market. Even if the audio out port is not accessible, you can use the microphone to pick up sound.



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from webmaster (member) at April 30, 2021

Sent by email: Thanks for sending me the reviews of TV head phones and sound box.

We already have a sound bar for our TV but Rosalie likes to keep it a low level, so that rules out the sound box.

The TV head phones (TV Ears) use an infra-red signal between the transmitter and the head phones - strictly line of sight - but I prefer an RF signal which allows me to move around if necessary without losing the signal.

After some searching I found the Avantree HT380, which uses an RF signal, has left-right balance control, treble and bass control, and some other nice features. I bought it and hooked it up, and it is working fine, no problems so far.

The headphones are not blue-tooth, but I don't mind hanging the small receiver around my neck.

Wishing you well, John 


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Key words: 
TV Ears, TV wireless hearing assist, TV hearing augmentation equipment