Publish Date: 05 / 2 / 2020
Clarifying mobile phone conversation is different. Did you know that the frequencies we can hear over the phone are limited to a reduced range, with many frequencies being cut off all together? This causes a problem even for those with normal hearing levels. Voice Pro Phone wireless earphones are a game changer, focusing on increasing the important speech frequencies from 2-4 kHz to clarify consonants like ‘s’ ‘f’ ‘ch’ ‘sh’ to make mobile phone conversation clearer. With a huge volume range up to 110 dB it works to clarify mobile phone dialogue for those even with severe hearing loss. Wireless and lightweight, there is no need to answer your phone in the traditional way ever again. One click of the button on Voice Pro Phone earphones does all the work for you.
Publish Date: 09 / 10 / 2019
TV Voice Pro Air Making Waves
We have now received comments from hundreds of customers very excited with the significant change their TV Voice Pro Air system has made to their lives and enjoyment of TV viewing. Thank you for all the feedback! The TV Voice Pro Air system was developed following our customers desire to move freely while maintaining crystal clear TV audio. The speech enhancement technology integrated into TV Voice Pro Air was based on the success of the TV Voice Pro Original headset formula, which is why we are so confident in delivering exceptional dialogue clarity in the new TV Voice Pro Air system! Sit back, lie back or move around while not missing a single word of your favourite programs.
Publish Date: 03 / 04 / 2019
Delivery Service Even Faster!
Thanks to our new relationship with DHL, 80% of our NZ customers have been receiving their TV Voice Pro Headset as Next Day Delivery! We are proud to offer super fast free delivery on all orders. We continue to strive to ensure our delivery service is World Class!
Publish Date: 7/ 12 / 2018
“Listen Hear New Zealand!”
Hearing is the ability to detect vibrations through the ear and perceive and understand sound. It is a primary sense, one which enables communication, together with vision and touch. A hearing loss essentially limits one’s ability to communicate, and through this, limits a person’s ability to interact with their community, in the absence of appropriate supports.
In 2016, The National Foundation for the Deaf (the Foundation), in partnership with the wider hard of hearing and deaf community, commissioned Deloittes Access Economics (Australia) to produce a report on the economic impact of hearing loss in New Zealand.
Publish Date: 13/ 11 / 2018
TV Voice Pro features in 40th Anniversary Edition of The Senior Newspaper!
The Senior Newspaper is one of Australia’s much-loved national publications.
The TV Voice Pro article featured in the November edition of The Senior, and highlights key products features and information regarding the development of the TV Voice Pro system.
You can find out how and why the TV Voice Pro wireless headset is assisting thousands of Australians and New Zealander’s with hearing loss, enjoy TV listening once again.
Publish Date: 06 / 10 / 2018
See what’s on offer at the Seniors Expo!
All states in Australia have a Seniors expo yearly. There is lots of information on a full range of seniors related activities, products and services, as well as lots of giveaways. Most expos offer free entry.
To find out about the Seniors expo and activities in your area, check with your local city council for expo dates.
The Gold Coast Seniors Expo is on Thursday 22nd November. It is also a fantastic opportunity to see what’s available in the hearing technology field. We hope to see you there!
Publish Date: 16 / 8 / 2018
The Misconceptions of “Mild Hearing Loss”
A brilliant article on the misconceptions regarding a ‘mild’ hearing loss. Mild hearing loss is often overlooked, and many ignore their hearing difficulties, or consider them insignificant.
In fact, where ‘mild’ hearing loss is apparent, it should be addressed sooner rather than later! There are many options and assistive technology available to keep the brain ‘hearing.’
Hearing aids and wireless technology such as the TV Voice Pro system, keep the auditory cortex receiving auditory information, which keeps this area of the brain active.
In other words, the ”use it or lose it” theory applies!
Click Here to read the full article and to find out more about “mild” hearing loss.
Publish Date: 20 / 7 / 2018
Nine News interviews our very own expert Mr. Don Hudson
Did you see the Channel 9 News interview last night on television?
Featuring hearing specialist and TV Voice Pro co-founder Don Hudson talking about the latest hearing aid technology and its application to mild-to-severe levels of hearing loss.
As a practicing clinician, Don Hudson has an in-depth understanding of the needs of those with hearing loss.
To watch the video of Don discussing the TV Voice Pro system in detail, please click here
Publish Date: 13 / 7 / 2018
Get Behind Hearing Awareness Week!
Did you know that a recent report published in 2017, revealed that the number of Australians who today who suffer from hearing loss, is estimated to be 3.6 million or 14.5% of the Australia’s population?
That’s more than one in six Australians suffering from hearing loss!
Hearing Awareness week is a fantastic initiative to inform those with hearing loss, as well as their family and friends, about the complexities of hearing loss, and assist them to find solutions to enhance their hearing and communication.
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Publish Date: 17 / 7 / 2018
Hot off the Press!
The TV Voice Pro speech clarifying system was featured in the July 2018 edition of Australia’s most renowned Seniors publication, The Senior Newspaper.
Our very own hearing expert, Mr. Don Hudson explains why it can be difficult to hear the TV audio and what factors contribute to the difficulties many Australian’s have hearing the TV clearly.
Based on over 1000 audiometric hearing assessments, the TV Voice Pro system is designed to help those with a broad range of hearing loss enjoy their favourite TV shows, movies and series yet again.
Read the Full Article, Click Here