Special headphones that adapt to one's hearing ability
July 6, 2016
Australia-based startup Nura has developed special headphones that adapt to the hearing abilities of users. There are differences in the way people perceive the sounds they hear and the headphones have a sensitive microphone that can receive and analyze this difference.
There is a wide range of sounds, both within and outside of the human audible range. The headphones can be tuned so they can make up for the sounds that are lost or reduced for some listeners due to their ear design.
The headphones can also reproduce heavy and deep sounds without harming the hearing. They will be available in the market next year for sale.
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