Assistive TV Products

Are you struggling to enjoy TV because you can’t hear it clearly, or do you find yourself turning it up to a level no-one else can tolerate?

Fear not! Our Assistive TV Products at Hearing Aid Accessories has been specifically chosen to help you overcome this problem without you having to break the bank!

From TV remote controls to headphones and TV links, we have products to help you enjoy your favourite shows.

  • Oticon TV Adapter 3.0 Quick View
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    • Oticon TV Adapter 3.0

    • £130.00 £108.33 (ex VAT)
    • The Oticon TV adapter 3.0 is a wireless device that streams the sound directly from the TV and other audio devices to your Oticon hearing aids, effectively turning your hearing aids into wireless headphones. Brand : Oticon This product Includes : 1 x Oticon TV adapter 3.0 1 x UK Power Supply 1 x TOSLINK 1 x RCA Cable 1…
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    • Phonak TV Connector – Marvel & Paradise Hearing Aids

    • £160.00 £133.33 (ex VAT)
    • Being incredibly simple to use, the Phonak TV Connector for Audeo Marvel & Paradise hearing aids is a carefree hearing aid accessory to enhance user’s television listening experience. Audio is wirelessly streamed from your television, PC or HiFi system directly to your hearing aids, providing a clear high-quality sound. Enjoy the TV at the volume you like, and your household…
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  • Oticon ConnectLine Streamer Pro 1.3 AOticon ConnectLine Streamer Pro 1.3 A Quick View
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    • Oticon ConnectLine Streamer Pro 1.3 A

    • £176.00
    • Turn your compatible Oticon hearing aids into wireless headphones with the Oticon Streamer Pro. Audio from various media sources can be wirelessly sent to your hearing aids, providing a higher quality of sound and immersive experience. Use Bluetooth Technology to connect to mobile phones, landline phones, televisions, remote microphones, computers, tablets, telecoil systems and FM systems, can be supported by…
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    • GN ReSound Remote Control 2

    • £78.40 £65.33 (ex VAT)
    • The ReSound Remote Control 2 is extremely user friendly yet an elegant remote control for your ReSound wireless hearing aids. Perfectly pocket sized and with a built in display screen, you can use it to alter the volume and programs fuss free. Brand : GN ReSound This product Includes : 1 x Resound Remote Control 2, x1 USB Power Supply,…
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    • GN ReSound TV Streamer 2

    • £176.00 £146.67 (ex VAT)
    • Get crystal clear TV streaming in an instant with family and friends, thanks to the revolutionary GNReSound TV Streamer 2. With an impressive range of over 23 feet, simply connect your hearing aids and enjoy a cinema-like experience every time. Brand : GN Resound This Product Includes : 1 x GN ReSound TV Streamer, USB Power Cable, & Power Plug,…
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  • Phonak ComPilot II & TVLink II SetPhonak ComPilot II & TVLink II Set Quick View
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    • Phonak ComPilot II & TVLink II Set

    • £310.00 £258.33 (ex VAT)
    • The Phonak TV and Music Set is the bundle for enhancing both your telephone and TV listening experience when wearing your Belong or Venture hearing aids. Consisting of Phonak’s premium quality products, the ComPilot II and the TVLink II, this set will allow you to stream stereo sound from your mobile phone and entertainment devices such as the TV. Brand…
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  • Starkey Livio 2.4GHz TV StreamerStarkey Livio 2.4GHz TV Streamer Quick View
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    • Starkey Livio 2.4GHz TV Streamer

    • £200.00 £166.67 (ex VAT)
    • Stream the audio from your TV directly to you Starkey Livio Edge AI, Livio AI and Livio hearing aids. The simple set up device allows the hearing aid user to enjoy their favourite TV programme or movie with a crisp hearing experience. Get the popcorn ready and enjoy. Brand : Starkey Includes : x1 TV Streamer, World Wide Mains Power…
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  • Signia StreamLine TV StreamerSignia StreamLine TV Streamer Quick View
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    • Signia StreamLine TV Streamer

    • £109.00 £90.83 (ex VAT)
    • With state-of-the-art technology you can freely stream audio in Dolby Digital quality direct to your Signia Xperience and Signia Nx hearing aids without disturbing other TV viewers. With multiple hearing aid pairing you and your family can enjoy you favourite show or movie together. You can even connect you StreamLine TV to other Signia accessories and answer phone calls whilst…
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    • Phonak TVLink II Base Station

    • £120.00 £100.00 (ex VAT)
    • The Phonak TVLink II Base Station is the ultimate device for improving your TV listening experience. Choose the Phonak TVLink II to expand the way you hear the world by wirelessly connecting your hearing aids to your TV and other entertainment devices. Requires the use of a streamer, either the ComPilot (discontinued), ComPilot II or ComPilot Air II and serves…
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  • Widex TV-DEX – Wireless TV Assistive Listening DeviceWidex TV-DEX – Wireless TV Assistive Listening Device Quick View
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    • Widex TV-DEX – Wireless TV Assistive Listening Device

    • £180.00 £150.00 (ex VAT)
    • Widex have created this lightweight and easy-to-use TV streamer for use with compatible Widex hearing aids. The TV Dex is a palm-sized piece of “EchoFree” tech which makes for an immersive and high quality listening experience from your TV or HiFi system. The TV-Controller II element is worn on a lanyard when in use and recharges on a TV-base station…
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    • Connexx Smart Transmitter 2.4 TV Streamer

    • £105.00 £87.50 (ex VAT)
    • Stream audio in Dolby Digital quality from your TV direct to your hearing aid without affecting others watching TV along with you. Compatible with selected Specsavers Advance, Audio Service, Siemens & Rexton Hearing Aids. Includes: Smart Transmitter 2,4 Streamer, USB power cable/power plug, TOSLINK cable, RCA (cinch) cable, SCART adapter, Mini jack adapter & user guide.
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What is a TV assistive device?

In its simplest form, a TV assistive device is a piece of equipment that can connect to your TV. It can produce an unrivalled quality of sound for your viewing pleasure. The device usually consists of 2 parts:

The Transmitter: This connects directly into your TV and sends the sound to the receiver wirelessly, meaning once you set it up you don’t have to remove it from your TV.

The Receiver: This device catches the signal sent by the transmitter and converts it into sound, which is picked up by your hearing aids via an induction hearing loop, producing a higher quality experience.

Why would I need a TV assistive product?

The whole point of having a TV assistive device is to make your TV viewing experience as enjoyable as possible. This is not just for yourself, but for anyone else viewing it. If you watch TV regularly and suffer from hearing loss this is a must-have device.

What level of hearing loss is a TV listening device useful for?

This device catches the signal sent by the transmitter and converts it into sound, which is picked up by your hearing aids via an induction loop. The induction loop’s purpose is to connect the users’ hearing aids and the TV device, resulting in a higher quality experience.

How will a TV assistive device improve my experience?

These devices help to eliminate the interference of the background noise whilst also allowing the wearer to adjust the volume independently. Some are used in conjunction with hearing aids and others can be used without the need for hearing aids, it all depends on the model you choose.

What types of tv assistive products are available?

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    • Widex UNI-DEX Neckloop Streamer

    • £131.60 £109.67 (ex VAT)
    • The Widex UNI-DEX is a neck-worn plug and play solution for easy mobile phone use. The device streams audio to your hearing aids – not just from mobiles, but any device with a 3.5mm audio jack output.
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    • £259.00 £215.83 (ex VAT)
    • Enjoy a richer TV, radio or music experience without disturbing the family and without cables. This infrared assisted listening system offers 3 transmitter modes and receiver volume and balance controls.
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    • Sennheiser HD 65 TV Headphones

    • £72.00 £60.00 (ex VAT)
    • The Sennheiser HD 65 TV Headphones are an assistive listening device designed with the comfort of the user and their household in mind. Enjoy the clear, crisp sound delivered by the Sennheiser HD 65 TV Headphones when watching your favourite TV programme or film whilst being in complete control of your volume preference with built in volume control. Brand :…
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What are the advantages of wireless TV headphones?

Improved mobility – Thanks to the wireless feature, you get the freedom of listening to your device throughout your house, meaning you can continue enjoying it wherever your wifi reaches.

Great sound quality – Wireless TV Headphones allow for an unmatched level of sound quality and immersion. 

What are the advantages of TV ears?

Reduced interference – Zero interference from outside sources making sure you get the best sound unbroken.

Increased privacy – You no longer have to worry about people connecting to your devices, since infrared is a single connection.

Good sound quality – You can always be assured of a good sound, especially if you have one of the upper band pairs.

What is the advantage of a neck loop system over traditional designs?

Only requires telecoil compatibility – This is helpful for people with older models of hearing aids who watch TV. You can turn your hearing aids to the telecoil program in order to listen to the TV through the loop system.

It can connect to the audio output of the television set, or pick up the sound coming directly from the television’s speakers. The neck loop system works through the listener’s telecoil setting on the hearing aids to transmit the TV audio wirelessly to the hearing aids.

Why shouldn’t I just turn up the TV instead of getting an assistive TV device?

Turning the volume up on the TV is definitely not the best solution for many reasons. 

It can deteriorate speech clarity if the volume is raised, depending on the quality of the tv speakers. The level of the sound may become uncomfortably loud, especially for those who wish to watch the television with you. Louder sounds can cause further damage your ears and those of other people around you. 

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The evolution of the TV assistive device

Original Creation

The original concept for hearing assistive devices came in the form of TV Ears, which were conceived in 1998 by George Dennis, Vince Primerano and Grant Gaynor in the United States.

This was due to the problem Dennis faced with his father. The original issue was when his father began to lose his hearing, there was no present solution for him to watch TV.

As such Dennis went on a quest to create his solution, it would take many different designs but the TV Ears 5.0 was created and released onto the market.

Modern Day 

Today there are multiple different types of TV Assistive Devices on the market, however, Dennis’ original type TV Ears remains the most popular and widely used.

As time goes on, advanced technology has started to replace the original design with a more sophisticated version, such as the neck loop.