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L429 TV Soundbox

A portable wireless speaker that helps overcome the distance between you and whatever you’re listening to, such as the TV, radio or MP3 player. Simply connect its base to the sound source and place the speaker close to you and adjust the volume and tone to suit your hearing loss.

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What does the brain think of my tinnitus

Posted on: Monday, February 8, 2016 by heloise heau

louise hartTinnitus and chronic pain share many similarities, neither condition is something that you would volunteer to have nor is there a cure to make it go away, but once you do have it, there are people and ways to help manage the disorder. In this blog, Louise Hart walk us through what tinnitus is and what does the brain think of it.

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