Every TV has That Built-in, Annoying Problem

Every TV has That Built-in, Annoying Problem

TV manufacturers including Sony, Samsung, Sharp, Panasonic, LG, Vizio, and the rest decided not to tell the consumer what they had done. Instead, they want you to buy an expensive soundbar to address the annoying, built-in problem that comes with every TV! About 10 years ago, they all decided to move the speaker boxes to the back side of the TV and aim the speakers down! So today every TV comes with muffled voices and missed conversations, thanks to the manufacturers.

About 12 months ago, TVSoundScoopZ were introduced as a solution to this problem. Since their introduction, they have achieved a 99.6% customer satisfaction rating. And the customers report they work better than a soundbar.

Independent test results show that the factory TV speaker’s clarity (STI Index) is improved to an A+ with TVSoundScoopZ. This compares to a B without the product attached.

Sometimes simpler is better, especially if it solves an existing problem. And, if the consumer realizes a true financial benefit, I believe that defines a good, useful product.

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Why aren’t TV customers 100% Satisfied?

They will be with The Ultimate TV Gadget.
Everyone knows that TV picture quality is amazing and as good as going to a movie theater. Whether you watch Internet TV through a device supplied by Amazon, Netflix, Apple, Hulu, Sling, iTunes, etc. or, your TV is provided by cable companies like ATT, Comcast, Charter, Verizon, Dish, Cox, Frontier, Centuary Link, Hawaiian Telcom, etc., there is one persistant problem.  The voices sound muffled and missing conversations is annoying and frustrating.
This well documented problem was created by the TV manufacturers about 10 years ago when they decided to aim the TV speakers down instead of towards the viewer. The initial, expensive solution was to install remote speakers. Then an audio bar or sound bar was introduced. Besides being expensive, these devices don’t really solve the problem of muffled voices since they re-direct the full frequency range, Bass to Treble, towards the viewer.
About 10 months ago TVSoundScoopZ, The Ultimate TV Gadget, was introduced as an affordable sound bar alternative. It re-directs the voice range, Treble, but not the Bass. The result is voices are clearer and TV conversations are never missed again. Plus, it cost less than $25 compared to a sound bar that can cost $100s of dollars. Now TV customers, whether cable or Internet, can be 100% satisfied with their TV listening experience!
So, if you want a better TV sound experience visit www.tvsoundscoopz.com. As Holiday Special, the price has been reduced to $19.95 plus 3.99 S&H. That’s a 36% saving for a Gadget that really works.


The Ultimate TV Gadget-Save 36%

Recently, TVSoundScoopZ were featured on KDOW, AM 1220 San Francisco. The Host, Kym McNicholas’s two seasoned investor guests confirmed that TVSoundScoopZ is an innovative gadget. Thus the nickname: The Ultimate TV Gadget.
There are a lot of gadgets that improve our quality of life and satisfy our needs. Everyone agrees that TVs today have great picture quality, but the sound coming from the TV’s factory speakers is muffled and conversations are not clear. This problem was created by the manufacturers about 10 years ago when they aimed the TV’s speakers down instead towards the viewer. This decision created a frustrating problem for the consumer. Sound bars don’t address this annoying problem since they re-direct the entire frequency range, Bass to Treble. TVSoundScoopZ, The Ultimate TV Gadget, re-directs just the Treble or upper frequencies but not the Bass.
An independent Speech Transmission Index (STI) test results confirm a much clearer, more enjoyable listening experience with TVSoundScoopZ. Voices sound clearer and you’ll never missed conversations again.
Not bad for a “gadget” where innovation meets necessity. The fact that TVSoundScoopZ has a customer satisfaction ratio of 99% verifies that this is a very useful gadget.
Everyone wants a bargin, so The Ultimate TV Gadget is available for only $19.95 + $3.99 S&H. Visit www.tvsoundscoopz.com and take advantage of this limited offer and order today.


Opportunity Village partners with TVSoundScoopZ

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Opportunity Village is the nation’s largest non-profit employer of people with intellectual disabilities and handicaps. They not only provide jobs, but offer a variety of programs that lead to a meaningful life that was previously unattainable. Many of their “clients” participate in the Special Olympics, Las Vegas, Santa Run, Magical Forest and many other local events.

Opportunity Village (OV) is Las Vegas’ “favorite charity.” They are supported by some of the most well known entertainers like Penn Jillette (Penn & Teller), Celine Dion, David Copperfield, Carlos Santana, Brad Garrett, Willie Nelson, Wayne Newton, the late Elvis Presley and many others.
They also provide services and products to most of the major hotels and hotel groups in Las Vegas including The Wynn, Venetian, MGM Group, Creaser’s Group, Boyd group, Station Hotels & Casinos, Hilton, Marriott, Holiday Inn, Four Seasons, Sheraton and many more.
Opportunity Villages’ level of quality control capability ensures that TVSoundScoopZ are assembled and shipped to our specifications and production capability is never an issue. OV is a great resource and works closely with families and “clients” needing additional services. Some of their resource partners include:

  • SourceAmerica
  • Nevada 211
  • The ARC
  • HELP of Southern Nevada
  • Legal Aid of Southern Nevada
  • Easter Seals
  • Nevada Disability Law Center
  • Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities
  • Special Olympics of So. Nevada
  • Best Buddies

Our partnership with Opportunity Village allows TVSoundScoopZ to contribute to the lives of others in a meaningful way. To help celebrate July 4, 2016 we are offering TVSoundScoopZ at a 30% discount. When you order use coupon code OV30 and the discount will be applied at check out.

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TV manufactures DO NOT REPORT (STI) Speech Transmission Index test results

TV manufactures DO NOT REPORT (STI) Speech Transmission Index test results

According to Geoffrey Morrison, Technical Editor for Home Theater Magazine and Home Entertainment states, “While TV audio may be a little better with sound bars, the
dialogue (voices) may not be that much more intelligible.” Mr. Morrison is also a writer  for Forbes, Sound & Vision, HDGuru.com and others.

Neither Sony, Panasonics, Sharp, Vizio, Samsung, RCA, Toshiba, LG, JVC, Hitachi, Daewoo, Dell, Emerson, Magnavox, Sears, Sanyo, Westinghouse nor any of the other TV brands report any test results based on Speech Transmission Index testing. They may advertise “distortion at varying decibels levels” and other features, but they do not make any speech clarity claims. While some technical factors may be important, TVSoundScoopZ are the only sound bar alternative that have been independently tested for sound (speech) clarity and quality. TVSoundScoopZ achieved an A+ for the Speech Transmission Index (STI) test, with standard factory TV speakers. The same TV speakers were only able to achieve a B without TVSoundScoopZ.

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TVs manufacturers have created the problem of muffled voices from the TV’s factory speakers. For the last 10+ years they decided to aim the speakers down instead of towards the viewer. Everyone agrees that the picture quality of today’s TVs is terrific. At the same time, everyone agrees that the audio coming out of TVs speakers is average, at best. Voices sound muffled and conversations are hard to understand regardless of the volume setting. Sound bars and surround sound speaker systems have been the only choice to direct sound towards the viewer until TVSoundScoopZ became available in late 2015

TVSoundScoopZ provide the viewer/listener with clear voice quality. They are easy to attach and you will never miss conversations again. Conversations occur in the mid to upper range of the sound spectrum. Bass, even in expensive sound bars and speaker systems, creates a muffled effect making voices sound “fuzzy” and not clear. The result is the constant battle over the remote volume control. It is also a fact that men and women hear voices clearly at different decibels. This difference is further exaggerated, depending upon the distance from the TV.

TVSoundScoopZ have been featured and endorsed on CNET by Rick Broida, “The Cheapskate.” Mr. Broida also writes for PC World, Forbes, WIRED, Time, TecHive and many others trade journals. We are offering a 30% discount off our already low price. Use coupon code CN30 when ordering tvsoundscoopz.com and your savings will be applied at checkout. Order @ www.tvsoundscoopz.com.

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Flat Panel TV Shipments by Brands

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Although there are over 200 brands of flat panel TVs, in terms of market share, there are 6 major brands. All flat panel TVs have speakers that are aimed down, except a handful of smaller brands that still offer speakers on the front bottom edge of their smallest size TVs. This decision to place the speakers on the bottom edge allows the manufacturers to make their TVs’ screen profile very thin. This has been the case for a decade. At the same time, the sound quality has remained poor at best, according to the journalists that track this information.

While the market share for each manufacturer changes slightly from quarter to quarter, their relative positions remain virtually the same. Below is the most recent data for shipments of flat panel TVs, as reported by TV manufacturers:

Projected shipments of flat panel TVs, by manufacturers’ market share, are anticipated to remain relatively the same. Although manufacturers have introduced 3D, curved screens, UHD, 4K and other technologies, the market demand continues to be relatively steady. In fact, the total number of TVs that will be shipped into the US is projected at 34-35 million units per year for the next 3-4 years.



The Low Tech Solution to a High Tech Problem

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Over the last decade, several journalists have kindly referred to SoundScoopZ® as “the low tech solution to a high tech problem that was created by the TV manufacturers.” They go on to state that SoundScoopZ® “is a brilliant, unique solution to improving the sound quality, especially voices, coming out of the factory TV speakers.”


Link to CNET article: SoundScoopz: The dirt-cheap sound bar alternative

CNET: SoundScoopz: The dirt-cheap sound bar alternative

Rick Broida of CNET, The Cheapskate, wrote several reviews on the benefits of SoundScoopZ® and then went on to say “It’s ingenious, it works …. it has the potential to become a zillion-dollar product. My only complaint is I didn’t think of it first.”

Link to TechHive article: SoundScoopz could be an inexpensive audio enhancer for flat-panel TVs         Link to TechHive article: SoundScoopz could be an inexpensive audio enhancer for flat-panel TVs

TechHive: SoundScoopz could be an inexpensive audio enhancer for flat-panel TVs

Pulkit Chandna, Freelance contributor to TechHive and featured in PCWorld, states “Sound, it seems, has literally taken a back seat as most current TVs have down- or even rear-facing speakers. In many cases, this can lead to muddled audio and an overall underwhelming viewing experience . SoundScoopZ®, a $19.95 accessory, aims to change this sorry state of affairs. SoundScoopZ® is a super low-tech solution that you can attach to your flat-panel TV’s down-firing speakers using the adhesive strip provided with each unit. It simply uses its Patent Pending shape, materials and angels to reflect the sound waves in the viewer’s direction—as if they were coming from a front-firing driver (speaker). If a demo video posted by SoundScoopZ® creator, Steve Boden, is anything to go by, the difference in sound quality (or more precisely, clarity) can be appreciable.”


Link to HD Guru article: What HDTV manufacturers don't want to tell you about TV sound

HD Guru: What HDTV manufacturers don’t want to tell you about TV sound

Geoff Morrison, Writer for HD GURU, in his article What HDTV manufacturers don’t want to tell you about TV sound, states:


Link to HD Guru article: What HDTV manufacturers don't want to tell you about TV sound

“There are two equally important aspects to all televisions: the video, and the sound. Hard to enjoy American Idol without sound and Transformers: Age of Extinction is an incomprehensible mess without visuals. Here is the thing: despite over a decade of flat panel TV development, TV sound is as bad now as it has ever been. Why? The TV speakers are aimed down and high frequency, voice, is very directional.”


Link to SoundScoopZ Home

Until SoundScoopZ® became available in late 2015, the only solution to this known audio problem associated with flat panel TVs was to buy an expensive sound bar. SoundScoopZ® offer today’s consumer an affordable solution that really works. Plus, SoundScoopZ® are proudly Made in USA.


Link to article: SoundScoopZ Partners with Opportunity Village



TV Speakers-Pros and Cons

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According to Geoffrey Morrison, Technical Editor for Home Theater Magazine and Home Entertainment states, “While TV audio may be a little better with sound bars, the dialogue (voices) may not be that much more intelligible.” Mr. Morrison is also a writer for Forbes, Sound & Vision, HDGuru.com and others. Sound bars advertise “distortion at varying decibels levels” and other features, but they do not make any speech clarity claims. While some technical factors may be important, SoundScoopZ® are the only sound bar alternative that have been independently tested for sound (speech) clarity and quality. SoundScoopZ® achieved an A+ for a Speech Transmission Index (STI) test with standard factory TV speakers. The same TV speakers were only able to achieve a B without SoundScoopZ®.


Link to article: Conversations on TV programs sound muffled, until SoundScoopZ

TVs manufacturers have created the problem of muffled voices from the TV’s factory speakers. For the last 8+ years they decided to aim the speakers down instead of towards the viewer. These manufacturers include Sony, Panasonics, Sharp, Vizio, Samsung, RCA, Toshiba, LG, JVC, Hitachi, Daewoo, Dell, Emerson, Magnavox, Sears, Sanyo, Westinghouse, and all the other TV brands. Everyone agrees that the picture quality of today’s TVs is terrific. At the same time, everyone agrees that the audio coming out of TVs speakers is average, at best. Voices sound muffled and conversations are hard to understand regardless of the volume setting. Sound bars and surround sound speaker systems have been the only choice to direct sound towards the viewer until SoundScoopZ® became available in late 2015.

SoundScoopZ® provide the viewer/listener with clear voice quality. They are easy to attach and you will never miss conversations again. Conversations occur in the mid to upper range of the sound spectrum. Bass, even in expensive sound bars and speaker systems, creates a muffled effect making voices sound “fuzzy” and not clear. The result is the constant battle over the remote volume control. It is also a fact that men and women hear voices clearly at different decibels.  This difference is further exaggerated,  depending upon the distance from the TV.


Link to CNET article: Get a set of Soundscoopz TV-speaker helpers

CNET: Get a set of Soundscoopz TV-speaker helpers

SoundScoopZ® have been featured and endorsed on CNET by Rick Broida, “The Cheapskate.” Mr. Broida also writes for PC World, Forbes, WIRED, Time, TecHive and many others trade journals.

Forbes: Are Soundbars Worth It?

Visit soundscoopz.com and you can hear the difference.


Link to article: SoundScoopZ Partners with Opportunity Village

 



Green Sound Bar-Recyclable & Environmentally Friendly

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No E-waste! Introducing a non-electronic product that also solves a problem created by the TV manufacturers. Everyone agrees that the picture quality of today’s TVs is terrific. At the same time, everyone agrees that the audio coming out of TVs speakers is average, at best. Voices sound muffled and conversations are hard to understand regardless of the volume setting. Sound bars have been the only choice to direct sound towards the viewer until SoundScoopZ® were introduced in September 2015.

 

For the last 8+ years they decided to aim the speakers down instead of towards the viewer. The brands with speakers aimed down include Sony, Panasonic, Sharp, Vizio, Samsung, RCA, Toshiba, LG, JVC, Emerson, Magnavox, Sanyo, Westinghouse, Seiki, Upstar, Hisense, Philips, TCL, Haier, Proscan, Sceptre among others. Their decision has created a listening problem. With the use of sound bars comes the recycle problem of disposing of the electronics so they do not wind up in a landfill. SoundScoopZ® are the preferred solution for solving the muffled TV voice problem and are 100% recyclable.


Link to article: Get a set of Soundscoopz TV-speaker helpers

SoundScoopZ® attach easily and are affordable.

SoundScoopZ® direct the voice toward the TV viewer without directing the bass. This solution makes TV listening much clearer and more enjoyable at lower TV volumes. In an independent test SoundScoopZ® scored A+ (excellent) versus a B (average) for the same TV speakers without SoundScoopZ®. In addition, they are Patent Pending, Made in the USA and helping to create US jobs.


Link to article: Conversations on TV programs sound muffled, until SoundScoopZ

SoundScoopZ® customers extremely satisfied with the improvement in the voice quality from the TV speakers, without having to buy expensive sound bars. Also, many customers also like SoundScoopZ® because they prefer to purchase products that can be 100% recycled and are environmentally friendly.


Link to article: SoundScoopZ Partners with Opportunity Village

Link to article: Green Sound Bar-Recyclable & Environmentally Friendly

 

 



Seniors Love SoundScoopZ ®

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Hearing can diminish as we age and this is especially true when watching TV. However, the ability to hear the TV clearly is not totally a result of age. In fact, all the manufacturers of TVs have created a problem. For the last 8+ years they decided to aim the speakers down instead of towards the viewer. These manufacturers include Sony, Panasonics, Sharp, Vizio, Samsung, RCA, Toshiba, LG, JVC, Hitachi, Daewoo, Dell, Emerson, Magnavox,  Sears, Sanyo, Westinghouse, and all the other TV brands. Their decision has created a listening problem. Everyone agrees that the picture quality of today’s TVs is terrific. At the same time, everyone agrees that the audio coming out of TVs speakers is average, at best. Voices sound muffled and conversations are hard to understand regardless of the volume setting. Sound bars are expensive and were the only choice to direct sound towards the viewer until SoundScoopZ® became available in late 2015.

SoundScoopZ® helps solve this problem by providing the viewer/listener with better voice quality at an affordable price, $19.95 on soundscooopz.com. They are easy to attach and you will never miss conversations again. Seniors have stated “they are a blessing” since the TV volume can be turned lower, while still being able to hear dialogue clearly. In a senior housing environment, lower TV volume also reduces the chance of bothering a neighbor with a blaring TV.

SoundScoopZ® allow the viewer to enjoy TV shows with a lot of dialogue like Lawrence Welk, Golden Girls, Days of our Lives, The Doctors, The Ellen Show, NCIS, Trinity Broadcasting, Daystar, Christian TV, Alaska the Last Frontier, NFL, MLB, NBA, PBS, Judge Judy, just to name a few.

SoundScoopZ® will be introduced to large and small senior living organizations like ASHA.org, Brookdale Senior Living, Emeritus Senior Living, Holiday Retirement, Sunrise Senior Living, Life Care Services and  to name a few and  through referral service like A Place for Mom.

Link to CNET article: Get a set of Soundscoopz TV-speaker helpers
CNET: Get a set of Soundscoopz TV-speaker helpers

SoundScoopZ® have been featured and endorsed on CNET by Rick Broida, The Cheapskate. Mr. Broida also writes for PC World, Forbes, WIRED, Time, TecHive and many others.

 

Link to article: Get a set of Soundscoopz TV-speaker helpers

SoundScoopZ® are easy to install and affordable.

Link to article: Conversations on TV programs sound muffled, until SoundScoopZ

SoundScoopZ® have been independently tested. They scored and A+ (maximum) on factory TV speakers compared to a B (Average) for the same TV speakers without SoundScoopZ®.

 

Link to article: SoundScoopZ Partners with Opportunity Village



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