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Sound Ramp is a device that'll improve the quality of sound coming from your television's built-in speakers so you won't have to keep turning the volume up or straining to hear. This black device is shaped in a particular way that enables it to redirect sound waves toward you instead of the floor, once it's attached to your television. Sound Ramp is compatible with any size of flat-screen television, regardless of whether its' free-standing or mounted.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Peel Off Backing

    To start using Sound Ramp, you'll need to peel the backing off one of your devices ( they come in sets of two ), revealing some sticky adhesive underneath.

  2. Attach to Television

    Next, use the sticky adhesive to attach the device to your television, securing it directly overtop of one of your TV's built-in speakers. The longer sides of the device should be running horizontally, parallel to the television's top and bottom edges, while the shorter sides should be vertical.

  3. Attach Second Ramp (optional)

    If your television has two built-in speakers, you can now attach your second Sound Ramp, sticking it securely over the second speaker. However, if your television only has one built-in speaker, you'll be able to skip on to the next step.

  4. Enjoy Your Programs

    Once one or both of your devices are attached, you can simply flick on your television, and you should notice that the audio is clearer than usual immediately. No volume changes with the remote control should be necessary. If you don't notice a difference in the sound quality, take a look at your device's instructions to make sure each one is properly attached.

How It Works

When you use a television's built-in speakers on their own, the sound waves will normally travel in the direction of the floor, which can make the TV's audio sound a bit muffled. After you've added one or two Sound Ramps, though, their shape will cause the sound waves to be redirected straight toward you instead. This redirection will enable you to hear your television more clearly without turning up its volume.

Features

  • Black

    Each of these devices is black, the same shade as most televisions, so they will appear fairly inconspicuous when attached to most TV sets. Even if your television happens to be silver or gray instead, the black won't clash with its shade.

  • Work With Variety of Tvs

    Sound Ramp devices are compatible with any flat-screen TV, regardless of its size. Since most televisions are of the flat-screen type these days, you'll likely be able to use one or two on your set. It doesn't matter whether your television is resting on something or mounted on the wall—your device'll work just as effectively either way, and you'll still be able to move and rotate your set as usual.

  • Small in Size

    These devices are fairly lightweight, so you won't need to lug them from their original box over to your television when you want to install them. If you want to install a couple at a location outside your home, such as your cottage or workplace, you won't have a hard time transporting them there.

Positive Points

  • Good for Hard of Hearing

    If you've experienced hearing loss due to age or a temporary or permanent physical disability, the enhanced sound quality you'll get through a Sound Ramp will be especially beneficial to you. You'll likely be able to hear your favorite programs super-clearly without turning the television up so loud that it annoys others in the room.

Save Time

Some people improve the sound of their televisions by installing a set of audio bar speakers. However, if you use Sound Ramp instead, you won't need to spend time seeking out a good set of speakers and installing them. While speaker installation could take up to an hour or two, you'll be able to attach a Sound Ramp or two to your television in minutes.

Critical Advice

Once you've installed a Sound Ramp, don't move it around too often, or the adhesive on its backside will start to lose its stickiness.

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Lorna Jackson - (Brownsville, TX)
Reviewed on: 20 Nov 2016
I Regret Buying it!

What an ABSOLUTE JOKE

We ordered on November 8th, 2016. Still waiting on Nov. 20th so we called. We were told by some chick in india that they are on back-order for another 6 weeks! I don't flippin think so! We cancelled our order, even though we were offered an additional &$5.00 off!
I can, will, and now have, made my own, and they work great. Aluminum foil and tape! And you can too! Save your $!

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