TV Listener J3 Rechargeable Wireless Headset
Unisar TV Listener J3 Wireless Headset Features:
- Lightweight, wireless headset has volume control, and works with multiple headsets at the same time.
- Enjoy TV shows, movies, and music without bothering others.
- Includes adapters to enable use with most televisions (including most flat screens), stereos, or audio devices. Quick and easy to set up.
- No radio or electronic interference - No interference from electronic devices such as cordless phones, wireless networks, microwaves, etc..
- Hearing aid compatible.
- Rechargeable headset - A full charge allows for over 15 hours of uninterrupted use.
- Volume control - Conveniently located on the headset. Set it to suit your personal needs without affecting the volume of the television.
- Wireless design avoids annoying wires and lets you move freely within a 33-foot range.
- Soft, cushioned ear pads, a self-adjusting band, and swiveling ear pieces ensure maximum comfort.
- This model replaces model #TV777.
- Additional headsets may be purchased on Verseo.com.
- 365 DAY NO HASSLE RETURN GUARANTEE
- AC Adapter
- RCA 3.5mm stereo adapter - For stereo televisions and other audio devices with left and right audio output jacks
- 3.5mm mono adapter - For televisions and other audio devices with only one audio output jack
- 6.3mm stereo headphone adapter - For stereo systems and other audio devices with a large headphone jack
- Headphone adapter - For televisions and other devices with a small headphone jack
- Microphone adapter - For audio devices that do not have an audio output jack
- 2 AAA rechargeable batteries
Much Better Than Spending $2,500 On Hearing Aids.
Posted by DAVID SALKE on 13th Nov 2013
Upon receipt of the TV920, I made the audio connections to my DVR. I se the transmitter on top of my TV. The AC Adapter was plugged into the back of the DVR, then connected the jack to the transmitter. With the batteries charged, I turned on the transmitter and was delighted to hear a crisp sound, voice and music with no static or radio interference. Much better than spending $2,500 on hearing aids (Manual Entry From Previous System. Original Post Date: 08-25-2013)