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Wireless headphones with separate volume controls?

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by guzziguy, Aug 2, 2006.
  1. guzziguy
    Hi,

    My 87 year old father could use a pair of wireless headphones. They don't have to be great sounding but, due to issues with his hearing, must have separate volume control for each ear. Does anybody know of such a beast? I guess that it's time to start googling.

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

    -ken
     
  2. feh1325
  3. guzziguy
    Thanks for the pointer to a box that will give separate volume controls. That may be a solution if I can plug the wireless sender into it. Wireless is necessary.

    I posted this yesterday after my sister asked me this question. However, I started thinking more about it. I think that his computer will be the source. So all we really need to do is to get him some decent wireless headphones and teach him to use the balance and volume controls. Anyway, I'll verify the total setup before worrying much more about this.

    -ken
     
  4. gethomas
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by guzziguy
    Hi,

    My 87 year old father could use a pair of wireless headphones. They don't have to be great sounding but, due to issues with his hearing, must have separate volume control for each ear. Does anybody know of such a beast? I guess that it's time to start googling.

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

    -ken




    These: http://www.sennheiserusa.com/newsite...transid=009927 are for hearing impaired people and have a balance control.

    Glenn
     

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