Phonak TVLink turns Phonak hearing aids into a wireless TV or music headset with stereo sound. It must be used with a middle piece like the ComPilot II.
The TVLink II basestation offers digital audio inputs, a dedicated pairing button and a charging slot that is also compatible to ComPilot Air II.
The Phonak TVLink II basestation is the interface to TV and other audio sources. Used with Phonak ComPilot II or ComPilot Air II, it turns any Phonak wireless hearing aids into a headset with a range of up to 30 meters (100 ft).
This solution offers stereo sound quality and low latency transmission for a rich audio experience. It also prevents the TV volume from being set too loud for other individuals.
The TVLink II works with all modern TV sets and stereo equipment. Thanks to the two digital audio inputs, the connection to the TV or stereo is much easier with improved sound quality. Simply connect the optical or coaxial cable and avoid volume-presetting or TV speaker-off issues.
Unlike other assistive listening devices, hearing aids do not have to be removed when using the TVLink II basestation. This allows your clients to enjoy digital audio streaming while staying connected to other sounds around them, such as conversations or the doorbell.
The streaming distance of up to 30 meters (100 ft.) allows your clients to move around the house without missing what is happening on the TV.
Inline with other audio adapters, the TVLink II basestation is simply connected to the power and one of the available audio outputs of the TV or any other audio source.
The TVLink II basestation is independent of the Phonak hearing aid model. It sends the audio stream via ComPilot, ComPilot II or ComPilot Air II streamer.