TV EARS Reviews: TV Ears Wireless Headphones

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Updated November 1, 2016 – Let’s face it. Sometimes you just want to hear the television. For some people, hearing aids are too expensive or just over kill to be able to listen to the TV. If you have seen any late night commercials, then you’ve probably come across one for TV Ears. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the product, it’s a listening device or hearing amplifier made specifically for watching television.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the product, it’s a listening device or hearing amplifier made specifically for watching television. TV Ears can be ordered online or at TV Ears Costco.

One of the big advantages of using this product is that gives you the ability to control the volume for yourself personally and not have to change the volume on the TV itself so that others can watch and not have to be blasted away with volume. What TV Ears Reviews users like about this product is that when they are using the product, it does not change how your TV would operates.

So the tv can be on mute and the person wearing TV Ears can adjust the volume as they please. For this reason, those without hearing loss find this product very useful. For example, if you like to watch TV in bed and your partner prefers to read or sleep then this can be a great solution, so you don’t bother the other person with the volume of the TV.

Another reason our TV Ears Reviews found this product is so popular is that it can work with just about any television set which includes HD TV, Digital, cable, and even satellite. Hooking up the electronics is easy, and there is a support number to call if you have any issues with setup. The company offers four models including Tv Ears 2.3, Original, Professional, and Home Theater. It is important to note that the original version does not work with Plasma or LCD TVs.

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What we liked about TV Ears.

The unit is adjustable so that you can customize your listening experience by volume, tone, and balance. It’s wireless, so you don’t have to worry about any one tripping over annoying cords. We also like the fact that it comes with rechargeable batteries and a charging unit. TV Ears has what it calls Voice Enhancement Technology and Automatic Commercials control. However, we were not entirely sold on how well these technologies worked.

Some Complaints About TV Ears

Some TV Ears Reviews users have complained that the device hurts their ears. Others have had issues with the construction of the wireless set being flimsy and breaking. TV Ears Reviews users have also complained that the TV Ears transmit too much static noise.

We should note that customer service with the company seems to be solid. When people had problems with the device they were able to get a hold of customer service via phone.  In most cases, a new unit was shipped out to them. This is more than can be said for other hearing amplifier companies’ customer service. For more reviews of hearing aids and hearing products visit HearingReviews.com.

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