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HyperSound Clear™ 500P

The Solution is Clear

As indicated by clinical *research, HyperSound Clear™500P technology delivers sound clarity and speech intelligibility for individuals with hearing loss. HyperSound technology delivers an immersive audio experience similar to wearing headphones.

This breakthrough directed audio solution makes listening to your favorite programs more enjoyable by beaming high-quality audio to your favorite chair or specific spot on your sofa while everyone else in the room enjoys great sound from the television at a normal volume. HyperSound Clear™500P offers a fundamentally new way to deliver sound, and has the potential to improve the home listening experience and bring joy back to movie night.

HyperSound Solution Clear

Innovative Features

A completely new product category.
A revolutionary product.

  • Patented and patent pending ultrasonic speakers beam high quality sound to targeted listeners
  • Improves sound clarity and speech intelligibility without the need to wear headphones
  • Programmable and customizable by a hearing professional to a listener’s hearing profile and preferences
  • Operable by simple, intuitive panel controls or by convenient remote control
  • May be used with existing TV speakers, soundbars, or surround sound systems so that everyone else can listen at normal volumes
HyperSound Innovation

How does it work?

HyperSound Clear™500P technology uses ultrasound to create sound in the air itself. Proprietary electronics, digital signal processing, and unique emitter design are combined to deliver crystal clear sound to create a highly-immersive listening experience, similar to wearing headphones. This revolutionary new method of sound delivery allows you to hear better sound where you want it, without increasing the television volume affecting others in the room.

*research Mehta, R., Mattson, S., & Seitzman, R., Kappus, B. (2015, August). Speech recognition in the sound field: directed audio vs. conventional speakers. AudiologyOnline, Article 14901. Retrieved from