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I have a device called "Connectline" by Oticon Hearing Aids. The type of female receptacle in the Philips TV is taken up by a TiVo plug. I have tried to purchase a device locally and I'm told that no such device is made. The connector needs a USB plug on one end and a different male plug on the other end. Do you have such a device? of Is there some other way to connect?

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That device must be connected to an pair of audio output RCA connectors. TiVo plugs in an pair of input connectors so they just can't use the ones for the you need for the ConnectLine.
Now everything depends on whether your Philips tv has Audio outputs. of any kind. If it has but it's the wrong format (as a SCART) then you will need an adaptor and it can be bought at every decent electronics shop.

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