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StreamLine TV feeds audio from your television directly into your hearing aids in Dolby Digital quality. It offers intuitive, fully automatic handling for a state-of-the-art wireless listening experience.

 

Multiple listener support

StreamLine TV offers the most convenient way to watch TV with your family if there are other members in your family wearing hearing aids. StreamLine TV enables direct streaming into multiple pairs of compatible Signia hearing aids at the same time.

StreamLine TV offers the most convenient way to watch TV with your family if there are other members in your family wearing hearing aids. StreamLine TV enables direct streaming into multiple pairs of compatible Signia hearing aids at the same time.
With the Signia app, you can easily start and pause TV streaming as well as adjust the volume as you want, without any need for an onboard control.

Easy remote control via Signia app

With the Signia app, you can easily start and pause TV streaming as well as adjust the volume as you want, without any need for an onboard control.

Learn more about the Signia app

Compatibility with other Signia connectivity technologies

StreamLine TV is fully compatible with other streaming technologies offered by Signia. In that way, you can accept a phone call while you’re watching TV, and TV streaming will automatically be paused while you take the call.

StreamLine TV is fully compatible with other streaming technologies offered by Signia. In that way, you can accept a phone call while you’re watching TV, and TV streaming will automatically be paused while you take the call.

StreamLine TV is compatible with all televisions with one of the following connections:

  1. TOSLINK cable (optical / digital)
  2. Cinch cable (RCA / analog)
  3. Jack adapter

Highlights:

  • Automatic pairing with hearing aids
  • Direct streaming up to a distance of 10 meters (30 feet)
  • Optical input and output
  • Supports Dolby Digital sound
  • Simultaneous streaming to multiple sets of hearing aids with one StreamLine TV
  1. Setup button
  2. Cinch connections
  3. TV status display
  4. Power display
  5. Mode button
  6. TOSLINK connections (optical)
  7. Power adapter

Fully automatic pairing − pair StreamLine TV with your hearing aids in three easy steps:

The pairing process starts automatically. As soon as pairing is complete, both LED displays turn blue for about 30 seconds.
  1. Turn on StreamLine TV
  2. Switch the hearing aids off and on
  3. Place both hearing aids on the StreamLine TV

The pairing process starts automatically. As soon as pairing is complete, both LED displays turn blue for about 30 seconds.

Pairing only needs to be performed once. StreamLine TV can be paired with multiple sets of hearing aids.

Intuitive LED display

Effortless handling: The intuitive LED displays (for power and status) provide a clear overview of StreamLine TV’s connection status.

Power display is white: StreamLine TV is starting.

Power display is white: StreamLine TV is starting.

Both displays flash blue: StreamLine TV is switched on but not paired with any hearing aids.

Both displays flash blue: StreamLine TV is switched on but not paired with any hearing aids.

Both displays turn blue for about 30 seconds: Pairing is complete.

Both displays turn blue for about 30 seconds: Pairing is complete.

Green power display and blue status display: StreamLine TV is connected to another electronic device (whether or not an audio signal is being transmitted).

Green power display and blue status display: StreamLine TV is connected to another electronic device (whether or not an audio signal is being transmitted).

Both displays glow green: StreamLine TV is receiving an audio signal via the Cinch connection.

Both displays glow green: StreamLine TV is receiving an audio signal via the Cinch connection.

Green power display and a flashing green status display: StreamLine TV is not receiving an audio signal via the Cinch connection, or the volume is too low.

Green power display and a flashing green status display: StreamLine TV is not receiving an audio signal via the Cinch connection, or the volume is too low.

Green power display and a flashing red status display: The signal format is not supported.

Green power display and a flashing red status display: The signal format is not supported.

Red power display: StreamLine TV is switched on but not receiving an audio signal.

Red power display: StreamLine TV is switched on but not receiving an audio signal.

Both displays flash red: Error. Please contact your hearing care professional.

Both displays flash red: Error. Please contact your hearing care professional.

How to handle StreamLine TV

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