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Getting started with the ConnectLine TV adaptor

The ConnectLine TV adaptor lets you enjoy watching TV at your preferred volume. You control the volume of the TV personally via Streamer Pro, meaning that the volume for the rest of the family can remain at a level which suits them.

Connecting the adaptor to the TV

The ConnectLine TV adaptor is connected to an analogue output on the TV and transmits sound directly to your hearing aids through the Streamer. You can connect to the TV in three ways:

  • Using a SCART cable.
  • Using a phono cable via the TVs audio out.
  • Using the TVs headphone connection.

Watch how to connect the adaptor to the TV via a phono cable:

Preparing the Streamer for TV listening

The very first time your Streamer is used with the TV adaptor, the two devices must be paired together. Pairing is done only once and will normally not have to be repeated.

  1. When pairing, the devices must be placed close together. Place the Streamer right next to the TV adaptor (less than 30 centimetres or 1 foot between the devices).
  2. Press and hold the Streamer Connect button for 5 seconds until the blue light starts flashing rapidly.
  3. The two devices establish a connection to each other. Wait one minute.
  4. After one minute, the TV adaptor is connected to Streamer and the pairing is complete. The orange status indicator on the TV adaptor lights up.

Watch how here:

Watching TV

To listen to the TV, all you have to do is to push the TV button on the Streamer. Watch how here:

More support

For more instructions on how to use the ConnectLine TV adaptor with Streamer Pro and older versions of the Streamer, find help here:

ConnectLine TV

The ConnectLine TV adaptor enables to hear TV programmes clearly – while leaving the TV volume at a level the whole family can enjoy.