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NEW!! TV Ears 3.0 Wireless Listening System

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Technical Details

  • Wireless-Feature

Product Description

The TV Ears 3.0 system replaces the very popular 2.3 unit. Using Infra-Red, the 3.0 works with most TV's and covers up to 600 sg. ft.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B00757DBES
  • Item model number: 11341
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 3, 2012

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Customer Reviews

Then in April, the one of side pieces broke.
Unicow
The last two times I called them for replacement under their warranty, they try to charge something, but when I insisted they did ship a replacement.
Richard Howell
Additionally, this last set had weak batteries when I received it that would only last a couple hours after charging over night.
Clark Beddoe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 5, 2012
I needed another set of TV ears and an extra headset and just received the new 3.0 variety. My old 2.3mhz set (which I still have) is excellent with good sound and volume (in fact, I had another old set a few years ago that finally sucumbed that was excellent too). The 2.3mhz is no longer available. The new 3.0 sets were both poor quality with about 1/2 the volume of the old set, and also made the tv sound muffled and fuzzy. TV Ears where good enough to send out two replacements for these that were supposedly tested and in great condition. I received them today and they sounded exactly the same as the ones they were going to replace - poor. TV Ears wanted to make it work and asked that I ship back all 4 headsets and my OLD set so they could listen and do what was necessary to send me two good sets. Anyway, since I'm way too afraid to lose the one good set that I have, this was not viable. TV Ears were going to send me a prepaid label to return the lot, and I expected it within the hour - it never came - in fact, they did sound quite unhappy that I wanted my money back (within the 30 day guarantee). After calling back and asking where the label was, I was told that since I would not send my OLD set in too and wanted my money back I could just pay for them ALL to come back. Needless to say, not a good experience. Sad to see a good product go down hill.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By subcmdr on May 28, 2012
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My form of hearing deficiency is caused by loss of upper frequencies. Because of this, turning up the volume does not help me hear better-- it only makes the inaudible noise painfully loud.

Because of that, it surprised me when my audiologist recommended TV ears for me. I purchased them on Amazon, and when I received them realize TV ears is merely a crude amplification system. Although it has a "tone" control, it cannot selectively adjust frequencies to improve my ability to understand what's being said. It only makes it louder. Hence, it amplifies my problem!

Needless to say, I got no benefit from TV Ears. If you have broad-spectrum hearing loss, you may benefit from this device. But if you're like me, all it will do is amplify the noise.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Harvey on October 6, 2012
First, I didn't buy my TV Ears through Amazon. I got my TV Ears 2.3 from Costco about 2 years ago. Just recently, the headset started going wonky on me. Sometimes the volume, even all the way up, wasn't loud enough. Sometimes if I moved the headset in a certain way, the volume would come back. I called TV Ears about this and they sold me a TV Ears 3.0 replacement headset for half price (after saying that 2.3 was discontinued). I'm quite disappointed in the sound quality of the 3.0 headset. Whereas the 2.3 headset gives nice crisp sound, the sound on the 3.0 is muddy and unclear. I did a side by side comparison of the 2 headsets (since my old 2.3 is still working marginally well), and the difference in sound quality is obvious. Too bad. I liked the 2.3 TV ears and wore them whenever my wife was watching TV with me. But I'm returning the 3.0 on Monday.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By PR921 on September 5, 2012
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I ordered TV Ears for my 77 year old parents and they work great. My parents are living with us for the summer, and it's been working well except for the TV volume. They were turning the volume up to 34. My husband and I listen to it at 20-22. Ever since they got the TV Ears, the TV volume has gone down to a more "normal" level. In fact, they can put the TV Ears on and still hear the TV when it's on mute.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By dalouv on February 26, 2013
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Purchased the complete unit in May, 2012 & liked it so bought additional ear set in June. Around Dec noticed beginning static. Tried different positioning of base but both of the earsets began having static. Looked at the batteries (that will be costly when needs replacement) and could find nothing. Finally wrote to Amazon, warranty is passed - checked with company & also passed the 5 year limited warranty for complete replacement. 'Infared lights' on the base said to be out. Because of Limited warranty, able to purchase another base unit for $50 (taxe & shipping).
Rec: Be cautious of purchasing - will get expensive if past 90 days.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gary on November 6, 2013
I purchased the 2.3 system a couple of years ago and was really pleased, however the headsets broke and when I tried to replace was told 2.3 were no,longer available so I got the 3.0. In less than 4 months the 1st headset broke the 2nd headset received was defective and returned for a replacement, (after two phone calls and a bad impression of their customer service), this replacement is the only working headset now. Also the quality of the sound is less than the 2.5. Do not buy this product. I will be looking to replace with a different product.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jack A on August 1, 2013
I have hearing loss due to military service and my wife bought me a set of TV Ears for Christmas. I charged them and the first time I used them they were great for about five minutes. We both heard a loud pop and the TV Ears no longer worked. We tried different outlets and all troubleshooting suggestions, all to no avail. We tried calling the 800 number for two days and could not get thru. I shipped them back to the company, explaind the problem and requeated a replacement. They simply refunded the purchase price on my wife's credit card and said we would have to reorder and that would entail paying shipping costs. Since paying original shipping costs and return shipping costs, we had nearly $30.00 invested in shipping and no TV Ears. I reported this to the BBB and received no reply. I feel that I have been conned.
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