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  • Wireless speaker

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    A JBL Flip 3 bluetooth speakerWireless speakers are loudspeakers which receive audio signals using radio frequency (RF) waves rather than over audio cables. The two most popular RF frequencies that support audio transmission to wireless loudspeakers include a variation of WiFi IEEE 802.11, while others depend on Bluetooth to transmit audio data to the receiving speaker.

  • TV Ears

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    TV Ears is an American, privately held audio technology company that specializes in voice clarifying television products for the hearing impaired. Through the use of infrared technology, TV Ears’ products aim to replace the need for hearing aid devices and increased television sound for those who are hard of hearing. Since their inception by George Dennis in 1998, TV Ears has helped serve over 2 million users worldwide. They are located in Spring Valley, California where they house the North American distribution center, support, and sales teams, while employing approximately 50 people. TV Ears serves hearing impaired customers throughout the world, with their predominant markets being in the United States, Canada, and Europe. TV Ears, or sound clarifying headsets, are classified as an assistive listening device and are specifically designed for clear and distinct television listening and dialogue comprehension. For this reason, TV Ears are legally able to have a volume of 120 decibels. Using break through digital technology, known as Voice Clarifying Circuitry, the headsets work to automatically and exponentially increase the gain on high frequency sounds.

  • Soundbar

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    A soundbar, sound bar or media bar is a type of loudspeaker that projects audio from a wide enclosure. They are much wider than they are tall, partly for acoustical reasons, but also so that they can be mounted above or below a display device, e.g., above a computer monitor or under a television or home theater screen. Basically in a soundbar cabinet multiple speakers are placed which helps to create surround sound and/or stereo effect.

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