Audio support for hearing aids on Fire TV - Accessibility (audio described)

50 days – 2 886 2020:16
Red Riding Hood
Published on 3 Oct 2022, 7:01
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Transcript with visual description:
In a dimly light bedroom, a woman watches TV in bed next to her partner. She looks bored. He dozes off.
The man snores as we hear the documentary on TV: “The majestic flamingo, it’s mating season in the savanna, and this pair is about to court.”
The woman leans over and notices that her partner is deeply asleep. She grabs the remote, pulls up the Quick Settings menu on her Fire TV Cube and connects her hearing aids.
We then see a close up on her adjusting one of her hearing aids.
She brings the remote up to her mouth and says, whispering, “Alexa, play ‘The Boys’ on Prime Video.”
- Alexa (whispering): “Okay.”
The TV screen briefly shows a small notification that reads “Device Connected” as the TV show ‘The Boys’ starts playing.
The woman increases the volume and we hear pieces of dialogue, dramatic music, punches and glass breaking.
She sits back in her bed, looking satisfied and excited.
Words appear: Pair select hearing aids on Fire TV. Available on compatible Fire TV devices.