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      Cordless headphones

      Our cordless headphones for people who are deaf or have hearing loss will bring your favourite TV programmes to life again, in high-quality stereo sound. Tune in at the right volume for you, without disturbing others.

      Most wireless headphones for people who are deaf have volume, tone and balance controls so you can adjust the sound to suit your hearing loss. They make speech clearer and block out distracting background noise. If you have greater hearing loss in one ear, look out for headphones with the option of stereo or mono sound.

      Wireless headphones for people with hearing loss are comfortable and lightweight, so they’re perfect to use over long periods of time. Plus, without a cord, there’s no trip hazard. Check the operating range if you like to put the kettle on while keeping up with your favourite programme. It’s handy to be able to hear through walls!

      As well as using the wireless headphones for TV, they’re also ideal for listening to your laptop, MP3 player or iPod. They use a charging cradle, which is connected to your TV, radio, stereo or other audio device. When you want to use the headphones, simply pick up them up and put them on.

      Check out our range of headphones for TV listening and more below. Popular models include the Geemarc CL7400 and Geemarc CL7400BT Bluetooth version. Nuheara IQbuds wireless earbuds offer a different experience with speech enhancement and dynamic noise control. The unique tap touch technology allows you to move between your physical and digital worlds with a simple tap on the IQbuds.

      Please note: Cordless headphones for people with hearing loss can produce high sound levels – use with care. Always start at a low volume and gradually increase the sound to a comfortable level.

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      Are you tax exempt?

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      Are you tax exempt?

      If you're deaf or hard of hearing the answer could be yes.

      Find out now

      Need some help?

      Telephone

      Textphone

      03330 144 530

      Open 9am–5pm, Mon–Fri