If you have mild to moderate hearing loss, our corded headphones can make watching TV a pleasure again – for everyone. With amplified volume and a long reach cable, you'll be able to enjoy your favourite programmes without simply turning the sound up to maximum.
Corded headphones may not have advanced features like speech enhancement or tone control, but they do have great sound quality at an affordable price. It's also easier, with a cable, to switch from the TV to another audio device, for hassle-free listening to audiobooks, music or the radio.
Most of our corded headphones, like the Sennheiser HD35 and Sennheiser HD65, are suitable for people who don’t use hearing aids. However, there are some headphones for people with hearing aids available.
If you’re looking for headphones to use with hearing aids, then Silent headphones are a good choice. These hearing aid headphones don't produce any sound, but have an inductive output to be picked up by your hearing aids on the loop or ‘T’ setting.
Neckloops and ear hooks are a popular alternative to headphones for hearing aid wearers. They’re compatible with MP3 players and conversation listeners, and send the sound straight to your hearing aids.
Please note: Before you buy TV headphones for people who are deaf, check they are compatible with your TV. On some TVs, you have to change settings so that you don’t cut out sound from the TV speaker when watching with others. Some TVs at the lower end of the market don’t allow you to change these settings, and using the headphones may cut out the sound from the TV speaker. Please consult your TV manufacturer for more information.