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Feel free and connected

Whilst it important to help you access conversation and your environment, we also want to enable you to stay in touch with people, with information and with entertainment through the world of PC’s, mobile phones, smart phones, television and more.

We work with a series of hearing solutions that complement and help optimise your listening experience with your hearing aids, for more situations than you might have thought possible. We give you the freedom to connect to a wide variety of communication and entertainment applications to improve your listening and communication experiences, such as phone conversations, one-to-one conversation in noisy environments, watching TV with others, listening to music, video chatting, and more.

If these are areas of communication you want to participate in, you might want to consider hearing aids that offer wireless connectivity.

 

Transform your hearing devices into personal hands free headsets

How does it work?

Accessibility to external sources via hearing aids has been around for some time. Using short range radio signals, induction loop systems gave people access to audio in the cinema and microphones. Unfortunately this system came with many drawbacks. Signal fidelity was poor and speech was often unclear.

Today, accessibility takes on a whole new level. Hearing aids with built in wireless compatibility enables you to sync your hearing aids with all sorts of electronics and Bluetooth enabled devices providing a clear, consistent and reliable signal directly to your hearing aids.

 

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Easy access to TV

Receive clear and reliable audio from your TV directly to your hearing aids. This gives you the opportunity to enjoy watching TV w at your preferred volume whilst the rest if the family watches at level that is comfortable.

 

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Easy access to mobile phones
Stream calls directly into your hearing aids. The hands free capability of wireless hearing aids has a number of advantages especially whilst driving.

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Easy access to smart phones
Stream podcasts, digital radio, video calls from your smart phone directly to your hand free hearing aids.

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Easy access to the telephone
Hands free access to your landline means you can engage in conversation without ease. Some wireless connectivity systems allow a range of 30 metres so you can hear and answer a call from almost any room in the house – without having to go to the phone. Wireless access to digital office phones is easily achieved.

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Easy access to your PC and Tablet
Use your hearing aids to stay in touch with family via Skype, conduct business via video conferencing, watch a movie, listen to the latest news or unwind with some music.

Easy access to more…

 

Made for iPhone

Now your phone calls, favourite music, mobile and computer video chats, podcasts, TV, live performances and presentations can be streamed into your hearing devices and it can be controlled with your iPhone.

 

ConnectLine App for iPhone

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Already a ConnectLine user….

If you are using Oticon ConnectLine with the Streamer Pro 1.2 App, you are ready to start enjoying the ConnectLine App for iPhone now. The app is available through the App Store free of charge. Go to the App Store

Otherwise you will need to visit us to upgrade your Streamer.

System Requirements: The ConnectLine App for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch runs on iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPhone 4, iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina display, iPad mini, iPad (3rd and 4th generation), iPad 2, and iPod touch (5th generation) and requires Streamer Pro 1.2 App or later. When installing the ConnectLine App on iPad, search for iPhone apps in App Store. 

 

EFFORTLESS COMMUNICATION

COM-DEX gives hearing aid users access to a world of opportunities. It doesn’t just stream calls, but music and more, effortlessly and instantly making it easy for you to communicate with your audio equipment, remote controls, television, and mobile or landline phones.

It comes in a range of colours that perfectly complement today’s smartphones, iPhones and mobile phones: Champagne White, Anthracite Grey and Emerald Green.

 

HyperSound® Clear from Turtle Beach

 

HyperSound Clear Speakers

 

Brought to you by Turtle Beach Corporation and originally intended to enhance the virtual reality experience for gamers, HyperSound® Clear provides a direct audio solution for people with hearing loss to bring back the pleasure of listening to the television or their home entertainment system.

HyperSound® Clear is a set of speakers emitting an ultrasound beam directly to the target individual to provide an immersive, crisp 3D sound from your home entertainment system without anyone else in the room being disturbed. The clear sound heard through these narrow and controlled beams offers an experience similar to wearing headphones, but even better!

Whilst everyone else in the room hears the sound at normal volume, someone experiencing a hearing loss can receive enhanced speech clarity and speech intelligibility, bringing back the true pleasure of home entertainment systems.

Two audio emitters wired into a digital signal processor connects to your TV in the usual way and emits confined, narrow beams without bouncing off the walls in the room. Mirrors on the emitters help you to set up the sound beam correctly, no matter where you decide to sit.

This revolutionary new method of sound delivery allows you to hear better audio, without increasing the television volume affecting others in the room.

Find out more about how HyperSound® Clear works here…

Test drive HyperSound® Clear

If you would like to test drive HyperSound® Clear, call us on 0207 935 5511 or e-mail customerservice@cubex.co.uk to arrange some time for you to experience the benefits of immersive, 3D sound.

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