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      Tune into the summer of sport with a TV listener

      There’s a big summer of sport coming up with the FIFA World Cup, Tour de France, Wimbledon, British Grand Prix and much more hitting our TV screens over the coming months. If you have hearing loss, a TV listener will ensure you don’t miss any of the commentary, interviews and analysis.

      By: Sally Bromham | 11 June 2018

      If you struggle to hear the TV, or have it too loud for others in the room, a TV listener will keep everyone happy. You’ll be able to watch all your favourite sporting events this summer at a comfortable volume, while friends and family enjoy the action at their preferred level.

      Sennheiser, a brand renowned for superb sound quality, has a range of TV listeners designed for people with hearing loss. To celebrate our Summer of Sport promotion, we’re offering FREE delivery on all Sennheiser TV listeners until 30 June.

      NEW Sennheiser 880 TV listener with wireless headphones

      Sennheiser 880 TV listenerThe top-of-the-range wireless Sennheiser 880 TV listener offers extra-loud volume adjustment, tone control and left/right balance (useful if you have one-sided hearing loss). With a choice of five different pre-set hearing profiles, you can customise the sound to suit your needs. Plus, it has a Speech Intelligibility function which reduces background noise, so you can follow the action more easily. The Sennheiser 880 can be simultaneously connected to a TV and radio and, thanks to the 70m range, you can put the kettle on while listening to your programme. Please note it can’t be used with hearing aids or cochlear implants.

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      Sennheiser RS 5000 TV listener with wireless headphones

      RS 5000 TV listenerThis popular digital TV listener allows you to choose between three different hearing profiles to enhance TV, films or music. Tailor the sound to suit your hearing loss, with tone adjustment and volume control for each ear. Enjoy the freedom to move within a 70m range and have extra-long TV sessions, thanks to up to 12 hours’ playing time. You can also increase speech clarity at the push of a button, so you won’t have to strain to hear above loud background noise. The RS 5000 comes with wireless TV headphones and is suitable for people with moderate to severe hearing loss. Please note: It’s not hearing aid-compatible and can’t be used with cochlear implants.

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      Sennheiser Flex 5000 TV listener

      Flex 5000 TV listenerThe Sennheiser Flex 5000 gives you the flexibility to use any corded headphones or earphones. Just plug them in to enjoy crystal-clear amplified sound. With three different hearing profiles, left/right balance control, speech intelligibility and volume adjustment, you’ll enjoy a dramatically-enhanced TV experience. The Sennheiser Flex 5000 is suitable for people with mild to moderate hearing loss, and has a range of up to 30m. Please note it can’t be used with hearing aids or cochlear implants.

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      Sennheiser HD65 corded TV headphones

      M471 Corded TV headphonesThese corded TV headphones have closed ear cups so you can enjoy high-quality, immersive stereo sound while watching your favourite shows. The in-line volume controls allow you to set a different volume for each ear to suit your hearing loss.

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      Telephone       03330 144 525
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      Email              solutions@hearingloss.org.uk

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