Depending on your NDIS funding, there are a number of ways you can purchase Audeara products.
As an approved assistive listening device (ALD), Audeara products may be purchased using Australian Government funding through the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) RAP Program or Hearing Services Program (HSP).
|Bluetooth connectivity||Bluetooth® 4.1 with aptX low latency|
|Inputs and outputs||TOSLINK digital optical input and output, 3.5mm auxiliary input and output|
|Input power||5V DC, 500 mA|
|Latency||∼ 40 milliseconds|
- BT-01 TV Transceiver
- TOSLINK digital optical audio cable
- 3.5mm AUX audio cable
- Micro USB charging cable
- Sticky gel mounting strips
- Quickstart guide
Watch the latest episode - together
Pair two Audeara headphones to the TV streamer, so you can both enjoy an optimal sound experience, personalised to your individual hearing.
Dust off your old music system
If you want to listen to your favourite song using an older music system, the transceiver can turn standard devices into wireless, Bluetooth® devices using Rx mode. Listen wirelessly from your phone, computer or tablet.
Check your hearing
Each person hears differently, and your left ear hears differently to your right. Complete a simple hearing health check by connecting your Audeara headphones to our easy to use app.
Personalise your sound
Your hearing health check results can tailor your Audeara headphones to your individual hearing profile. You’ll hear sounds you didn’t know were missing!
Enhance your experience
By only increasing the sounds you can’t hear, you’ll experience clearer sound, not louder sound, preserving the hearing you have.
The transceiver is great - it connects my headphones to the TV and pairs pretty easily. I didn't have any issues connecting to my TV. I had to re-pair it the second time I used it, but that didn't bother me. Sound was great too.