Ever been horrified with the balance of sound while at a concert? It’s no longer solely up to sound engineers. With Here Active Listening YOU can control what kind of sound you’re hearing at a show-or really in any aspect of your life. Doppler labs, the maker of popular acoustic filter earplugs DUBS, has designed wireless in-ear buds that enable you to change the sound of your environment from a smartphone. The possibilities are endless. Here buds don’t play music, they balance the sound of your world. In a live music setting, these buds are going to change the future of sound. They can add reverb, turning any room with live music into a professional sounding booming concert hall. They can tone down bass, giving you the power to fix any unbalanced and unbearable music mixes at larger concerts. Here buds put a volume knob on the world in your pocket and allows you to have clear and desirable audio anywhere you go.
Previously tested with professional violin players, at Coachella, and many more settings, Here has already almost double funded their Kickstarter goal of $250,000. There are 12 more days to go on the project-which means 12 more days for early adopters to get in on first ordering Here buds that will arrive in December. After the low $179 Kickstarter price, market price for Here becomes $249 which is still completely affordable in today’s market of bluetooth and premium audio. We can’t wait to see what is in store for this revolutionary product, and with such immense potential we are so excited for Here buds to start being used in our world of music. If you’d like to learn more about Here or order a pair before the campaign ends, visit them on Kickstarter.
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