[access-uk] Re: Good news!

Yes, indeed, this is why they weren't working before, but I didn't
realize the transmitter relied on some power source; I thought they
relied on the headset's batteries. Since I do not have a pair of working
hearing aids, I am unable to try it on the T position, but I look
forward to try it as soon as they work. But boy do they sound fantatic
even without a hearing aid. Sorry I doubted your reasons, but I am new
to wireless headsets so didn't realize that all this (transmitter
requires electric power, etc) had to be put into consideration before it
will work properly. So let's hope these headphones will not break in,
say, 4 months time! LOL
On Mon, 4 Dec 2006 23:47:20 -0000, "Christine Weetman" <goatmum@xxxxxxx>
said:
> hahahah Christopher, I told you All this! lol  Thats why I asked you if
> you
> had pluged it in to a socket, is this why they wasn't working?  I am Glad
> your finding the quality better than the corded ones, another thing I
> made a
> point of stressing right from the start, but sadly you seemed to doubt
> me?
> What you haven't said on this group is that they Do actually work
> Fantastically with your hearing aids on the T possition?  Course they do.
>  I
> am Sooo Glad you like them Christopher
> Please visit my group on:
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DeafBlindFriends// and tell everyone about
> them?
> 
> Kind regards, Chat again soon when you take your headphones off, or are
> you
> using them on your computer?  Christine W.---- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Christopher Hallsworth" <chrishallsworth@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Monday, December 04, 2006 8:00 PM
> Subject: [access-uk] Good news!
> 
> 
> Hi all,
> I've just replaced my faulty pair of wireless headphones, and they're
> now working great! What I didn't know though (and I wish someone had
> told me this earlier, grins), is that you have to have some power source
> going through the transmitter. For example, in my case the transmitter
> runs off electric. I thought originally that the transmitter relies on
> the batteries in the headphones, but boy was I wrong! Anyway they're
> awesome, and I can hear it loud and clear, much better than the corded
> ones! Anyone agree on this? Any comments and/or feedback welcome.
> Thanks!
> Christopher Hallsworth
> Skype name chrishallsworth7266
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