Unitron uTV 3 – £179.00
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If your family members are complaining you’re turning up the volume of the TV to an uncomfortably high level, it’s time to consider a better approach. uTV 3 is an easy-to-use, system that gives you full control over the volume of your TV listening experience. You hear clear audio directly through your hearing instruments without having to turn up the volume for everyone else.
Here’s how it works:
- uTV 3 connects to your TV with one cable and wirelessly sends audio to the uStream, uDirect 2 or uDirect 3. It also acts as a charger for these devices.
- uStream or uDirect receives the audio from your TV and sends it wirelessly to your Unitron wireless hearing aids.
uTV 3 is compatible with Quantum, Era, North and Tempus hearing aids. If unsure please ask.
The Unitron uTV 3 basestation used with uStream or uDirect turns any wireless Unitron hearing instrument into a lightweight wireless headset. The uTV 3 has a charging slot which is specially adapted for either the uStream or the uDirect. The uTV 3 basestation wirelessly sends audio signals from the TV or any other audio source to the uStream or uDirect within a range of up to 30 meters (100 ft.). StereoSound provides a great listening experience as well as a short transmission delay ensuring listening pleasure even for open fittings.
Supported audio formats:
The uTV 3 can be connected to any audio source such as a TV, PC or hi-fi system. It supports three different audio input formats. For best results, we recommend you use the optical or coaxial connection if available on your audio device.