The following is an excerpt from cnet.com | January 5, 2016 |
It's late on a Friday night, and the pounding in your skull is magnified by the banshee wail of express subway trains, whisking past your station. Or you've just boarded a cross-country flight, and are greeted by a troupe of infants, getting ready for an extended wailing session. Wouldn't it be great if you could whip out your smartphone and press a button to cut right through the noise? With Doppler Lab's Here Active Listening earbuds, you can.
Actually, you probably can't. Here Active Listening is the name for an "in-ear audio system" the lets you fine tune your aural environment. In layman's terms, you'll pair these wireless earbuds to your phone via Bluetooth. But they're more like microphones than headphones: choose a preset on the included app (available on iOS and Android), and all of the sounds around you are suddenly at your mercy.
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