The ideal TV and music interface
Phonak TVLink is the interface to TV and other audio sources supporting digital audio signals.
The TVLink is used with Phonak ComPilot or ComPilot Air and turns any Phonak wireless hearing aid into a headset with a range of up to 30 meters (100 ft). It offers stereo sound quality and low latency transmission.
When to Use It
Watching TV, listening to HiFi, etc.
- Supports analog and digital (Optical, Coaxial) audio outputs
- Test mode for a quick audio check
- Charging slot for ComPilot and ComPilot Air
What is it used with?
The TVLink II basestation is independent of the Phonak hearing instrument model. It sends the audio stream via a Phonak streamer.
This ensures the audio stream can easily be controlled (pause/resume, volume up/down).
TVLink II can be used with all Phonak streamers (ComPilot, ComPilot II and ComPilot Air II).
The older TVLink S basestation would also stream to the new streamers ComPilot II and ComPilot Air II but doesn`t offer a charging slot for ComPilot Air II.