How To Turn Your TV Sound System Into A Giant Hearing Aid.

Posted by Tom Hannaher , Monday, January 19, 2015
If you sometimes have trouble understanding dialog on TV shows, you are not alone. People over the age of 55 are now the largest population group in the country – and most of us have at least minor hearing disability. My first rock concert was seeing The Who at the Fargo Civic Auditorium in 1966. I think my ears are still ringing.
Plus TV makers insist of finding ways to make TV sound systems worse as the picture gets better.
But the good news is a remarkable feature that we have spent 10 years developing: AccuVoice.  When you push the AccuVoice button on the remote control (or “Dialog Emphasis” button on older models), you turn your ZVOX system into the world’s largest hearing aid.  AccuVoice uses technology very similar to hearing aids to boost voice audibility – without ruining the music, sound effects and other parts of the soundtrack.
It works well. Really, really well. Even if your hearing impairment is very slight, you’ll hear a big difference in voice clarity. But don’t believe me. We’ll let you try a ZVOX system in your own home for 60 days so you can hear for yourself. If you aren’t amazed by AccuVoice, return the system for a full refund.

But we think you will be amazed.


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