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The Voice Clarifying TV Ears Headset is specifically designed for clear, distinct, TV listening, without turning up the volume. With TV Ears wireless technology, you set your own headset volume and tone, while other TV listeners hear the television at a volume level that’s comfortable for them. You can even listen through the headset only and put the TV on mute if the situation calls for a quiet environment… maybe a family member is sleeping in the next room. Or perhaps you are the only one who is interested in listening to the ballgame.
Doctor Recommended TV Ears! Proprietary Voice Clarifying Circuitry® makes words easier to discern and reduces background noise so television dialog is understandable. That’s why “...my wife and I have used TV Ears almost daily for the past ten years and find them an invaluable help in our enjoyment of television. We would not be without them! As a retired Otologist, I heartily recommend TV Ears to people with normal hearing as well as those with hearing loss.” - Robert Forbes, M.D., California
TV Ears is Easy to Use! The transmitter attaches to the audio ports on your television and sends a signal to the wireless headset. The transmitter also charges the headset while it’s not in use. There is no complicated technology to understand and no expensive batteries to replace…just sit down and enjoy the show!
thriller illuminates the challenges of joystick flying thousands of miles from where the aircraft operate, and the stress on crews, who may kill a dozen terrorists—and sometimes bystanders—with the flip of a switch, then head home for dinner.
The author, Richard A. Clarke, is no average yarn spinner. As a former National Coordinator for Security and Counter-terrorism who worked in the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, Clarke was instrumental in developing the earliest protocols for drone use in the Middle East, both in surveillance and then in armed roles.
One can only wonder what Clarke can’t talk about, which makes his novel, in which programmers figure out how to hack into the guidance control of drones, plan a tech-savvy global terror campaign, and employ U.s.-based operatives to kill drone pilots, mission planners, and analysts in their own homes, especially chilling. Is Clarke telling us these events could be in our future unless we rethink our use of drones?
It’s hard to think otherwise.
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