Question about Televison & Video
I'm assuming that you don't have any volume left to raise the level.
The fact is, that cable (and satellite) companies are sloppy is setting individual channels close to each other in volume since this is a universal problem although it has long been the practice of ALL of the channels carrying commercials intentionally set the audio levels higher on those than they set for the program material.
My hearing is also shot so I sympathize with your husband's plight.
There are several different brands of wireless headphones available for ~$30-$60 US that have a transmitter (normally infrared) and headphones with a receiver built into them. These will not work through walls but the more costly units use radio frequencies to transmit the signals and these will work through walls.
I suggest you look for reviews by model number on any set that interests you before buying; they aren't all equal. You can see some of them at this eBay link:
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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