Here Earbuds

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Aug 182015
 

Here is essentially a set of wireless earbuds that give you the ability to selectively filter and amplify sounds from the world around you in real time — allowing you to fine-tune your hearing for certain environments. If properly adjusted, this little gizmo (which its creators refer to as the world’s first “hearable tech” device) could help you do things like hear your dining partner better in a crowded restaurant, understand your friends at loud concerts without them screaming in your ear, or even eavesdrop on people from the other side of a room.

here-active-listening_-640x640The way it works is pretty straightforward. On the outward-facing part of the earbuds, there’s a set of microphones. These pick up audio from the surrounding world, which is then sent through a digital signal processor (DSP), and subsequently played into your ears with no perceivable latency (i.e. under 30 microseconds). With the help of an accompanying smartphone app, you can adjust how the DSP behaves, and make the headphones produce sound waves that add, remove, or augment the original audio signal. It’s basically like having a volume knob and EQ settings for every single sound that enters your ears.

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Bionic Earbuds are volume knobs for the real world

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Jul 182015
 

doppler-labs-here-active-listeningYour choices for filtering the sounds around you are typically quite limited: you either have to drown it out (such as through earplugs or headphones) or let all the annoyances in. Doppler Labs might soon have a way to be more selective, though. Its crowdfunded Here Active Listening earbuds are meant solely to control what you hear in the real world. You not only decide how much gets through, but how it gets through. There’s an equalizer if you want to tweak certain sound frequencies (toning down the bass at a badly-mixed concert, for example), and there are preset filters designed to tune out common noises or add effects. Want to silence the background hum of your office without completely shutting out your coworkers? You probably can.

This kind of control won’t come cheap or quickly. Doppler is asking for at least a $179 pledge (you’ll most likely have to pledge $199) to get a pair of Here buds, and you’ll have to pay $249 at normal pricing. Crowdfunded units won’t ship until December, for that matter. And don’t forget that these earbuds aren’t meant for your own music — you’ll need to switch to more conventional audio gear if you’re up for some private listening. If you’ve ever had to endure a screaming baby on a long-haul flight, however, that potential for peace and quiet might justify the cost.

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BoxWave EasySnap Motorola DROID BIONIC Remote – Bluetooth Capture Remote for Motorola DROID BIONIC Cameras – Take Photos Effortlessly! (Jet Black)

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Jul 192015
 
BoxWave EasySnap Motorola DROID BIONIC Remote - Bluetooth Capture Remote for Motorola DROID BIONIC Cameras - Take Photos Effortlessly! (Jet Black)
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Tired of always having to reach or ask a friend to help you snap the best photos and videos?

Introducing the EasySnap Remote from BoxWave, allowing you to wirelessly connect to your iOS or Android device effortlessly via Bluetooth and take pictures/videos. No app installation required, simply pair via bluetooth for up to 30 feet of wireless camera control. Small and portable, easily connects to your bag or keychain to have your remote on the go.
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Motorola Droid Bionic Black Hands Free Stereo Soft Earbuds

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Jul 192015
 
Motorola Droid Bionic Black Hands Free Stereo Soft Earbuds
Amazon Price: $4.99 (as of July 19, 2016 8:43 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

New C-Tech dynamic driver technology provides crisp and clear sound without distortion for your Motorola Droid Bionic. Built in high definition microphone for crystal clear conversations. This earpiece combines high quality audio with the convenience of the hands free operation on your Motorola Droid Bionic.