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Dean Kurnell joins the TPN CES Live coverage with ClarityOne Audio. They were on the show last year talking about their technology. Now, they are ready to bring this set of earphones to market.
Any audiophile will tell you that Electro-Magnetic (EM) Interference occurs, which causes speakers to counter-respond. That means you might not get the best sound from a speaker, simply because it’s too close to another electronic device.
ClarityOne simply makes an opposing EM field to counter. Not cancel out, but neutralize the incoming EM field. The end result is the speaker can work naturally to deliver quality sound.
Some have even said they hear more sound in the music so they can enjoy what is being performed.
ClarityOne Audio headphones will be out in the next month. It is priced starting at $109, but for something that adds this much quality, it will be worth it.
Interview by Andy McCaskey and Courtney Wallin of SDRNews for the TechPodcast Network.
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