Tiny Bluetooth Earpiece Delivers Tailored Sound
Jan 9, 2003, 2:03 PM by (staff)
updated Dec 7, 2008, 3:32 PM
Sound ID today introduced a Bluetooth wireless mobile phone earpiece called the Personal Sound System (PSS). Users can create a custom hearing profile in minutes using the EarPrint hearing evaluation system. The consumer's profile is then used to adjust the signal processing, to maximize the intelligibility of the mobile phone signal to the individual user. Also, Adaptive Noise Compensation technology continuously monitors environmental noise, and adjusts signal processing to further improve sound quality.
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