BOULDER, CO, November 30, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Asius Technologies, the only developer of music-enhancing personal audio devices that have been scientifically proven to preserve and protect hearing, has surpassed its goal on its ADEL Drum Bionic Earbuds crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo (https://igg.me/at/drum-earbuds).
CEO Steven Lebischak states, "Many me-too audio devices vie for attention in the crowdfunding ecosystem - but with the support of, partners such as Vanderbilt Medical Center, Autodesk, and of course our forward thinking backers, we surpassed our funding goal. Next, we will be announcing a "stretch" goal with even more benefits for more backers."
Unlike the earbuds used by millions of listeners with personal audio devices such as smartphones, and tablets, ADEL Drum Earbuds feature a patented bionic eardrum that functions as a "safety valve," relieving the ear canal and ultimately the human eardrum from destructive pneumatic pressure that is compounded when a speaker seals the ear canal shut, and relentlessly pounds the eardrum.
Lebsichak also adds: The personal audio/earbud space is full of overhyped performance claims. We are the only company who discovered the cause and invented a cure for Earbud Induced Hearing Loss that also improves audio quality by allowing the speaker and eardrum to work naturally for an open ear concert hall experience. The ADEL will protect you. That's why top artists such as Beyonce rely on ADEL. Independent tests have proven its efficacy and now customers in 28 countries will enjoy great music while preserving their hearing."
Asius Technologies (www.AsiusTechnologies.com) develops audio technology that employs a patented second eardrum which absorbs the harmful pressures that cause hearing loss and degrade sound quality. Asius' products are enjoyed the world over by sound engineers, musicians, audiophiles, and anyone who wears ear devices for sustained periods in loud environments. Asius Technologies was founded by Stephen Ambrose, the "Father of Personal Audio," who trail blazed the path for the Walkman, iPod, and virtual reality devices by inventing and then commercializing the in-ear monitor (IEM). Feeling responsible for the epidemic of hearing loss attributed to personal listening devices, Stephen is now dedicated to developing technology that not only enhances listening, but also preserves and even restores long lost hearing function.
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