For a limited time (until May 28th), Nuheara is offering IQstream TV for free when you buy IQbuds BOOST. IQstream TV gives you control of your own volume levels, allowing others with you to watch tv at comfortable levels. Shipping starts in early June.
IQbuds BOOST allows you to hear better at a fraction of the cost of traditional hearing devices – and now with IQStream TV you can enjoy watching TV with crystal-clear stereo sound at the volume you want, while others listen at the volume they prefer. No need to blast the TV volume anymore!
Around the world, millions of people with mild-to-moderate hearing loss struggle to hear the television, resulting in uncomfortably loud TV volumes. To compensate for hearing challenges, some people crank up the TV volume to a level that becomes unpleasant for others sitting in the same room, reports Nuheara.
For those with some degree of hearing loss, the experience of watching TV is frustrating. Additionally, the solution is often more complex than simply turning up the volume. As Dr. Meredith Scharf of Manhattan Audiological Services in New York told Consumer Reports in a recent interview:
“We see this issue quite a bit, especially with our older patients. It’s not just volume; it’s clarity any time there’s a high background level of noise. It can be with speech and conversations, as well as with TV.”
The supplied cables make it easy to connect IQstream TV to any TV in the household. The Nuheara App automatically identifies IQstream TV and connects with a tap.
You can also set up IQstream in multiple rooms for personalized audio throughout the house.
“IQbuds BOOST allows you to hear better at a fraction of the cost of traditional hearing devices – and now with IQStream TV you can enjoy watching TV with crystal-clear stereo sound at the volume you want, while others listen at the volume they prefer. No need to blast the TV volume anymore!” said the company in a press release.
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