HOME CIN­EMA AU­DIO FOR ONE

HERE’S A LIST OF SOME LO­CALLY AVAIL­ABLE BLUE­TOOTH TV HEAD­PHONES, FOR AN IM­MER­SIVE HOME CIN­EMA EX­PE­RI­ENCE FOR ONE:

SmartHouse - - ACCESSORIE­S // TV STREAMING - Writ­ten by ROMA CHRIS­TIAN

A new gen­er­a­tion of Blue­tooth en­abled TVs has re­sulted in a con­cur­rent spike in TV-ca­pa­ble Blue­tooth head­phones. For the hard of hear­ing, or for fam­i­lies who want peace and quiet while some­one watches a Hol­ly­wood block­buster, th­ese new de­vices can quickly be­come part of daily life.

Col­lo­qui­ally re­ferred to as ‘TV head­phones’, the de­vices are be­com­ing pop­u­lar with those who want an un­in­ter­rupted view­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, or no­tably en­hanced spo­ken di­a­logue.

Much like the con­ve­nience of mu­sic head­phones, Blue­tooth con­nected TV head­phones al­low one per­son to ex­pe­ri­ence an im­mer­sive home cin­ema ex­pe­ri­ence, whilst the other sits read­ing a book.

It’s im­por­tant to note, TV-ca­pa­ble Blue­tooth head­phones re­quire high-class trans­duc­ers to bring out the au­ral best in all me­dia forms.

Com­fort is also key, to en­sure suit­abil­ity for long films, and on oc­ca­sion, binge watch­ing TV ses­sions.

Whilst con­nect­ing a Blue­tooth head­phone to a TV is re­li­tively easy, it’s rec­om­mended you check the in­struc­tion man­ual first. Some mod­els cat­e­gorise Blue­tooth con­nec­tiv­ity un­der ‘sound/au­dio’, whilst oth­ers list it un­der ‘net­work­ing’.

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