by Stanley C StraubAugust 2, 2012
Company sells high quality products at everyday low prices to help people help themselves to live better and safer lifes.
This well established company wants people to live better and be safe if they have a hearing loss. People may need help in being notified if there is a fire and they may need help with hearing speech during conversations. Also, for enjoyment while watching television, people need to be able to hear the television. It's very frustating if a person can see the television, but has difficulty hearing or understanding the voices. However, people don't have to suffer when there are products available that can provide help. We sell a speaker that provides movie-like sound and can be placed next to you up to 50 feet from the television. With this great wireless speaker, a person can appreciate the peace and quiet in their home during a more enjoyable TV watching experience. The speaker provides 90 Hz-18,000 Hz frequency response and up to 90dB of volume to accommodate any hearing requirement. The people that have bought this speaker are so happy with it that wonder how they ever got along without it.
The company is celebrating its one year anniversary during August 2012. To mark this special occasion, the company is has put this fantastic speaker on sale during the entire month of August. The speaker is made by the #1 selling brand for wireless TV listening devices - TV Ears.
Please check out the store @ http://www.bestassistedlivingaids.com and the speaker with the features that can change your life.
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Official Website: http://www.bestassistedlivingaids.com
|Name:||Stanley C Straub|
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