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Doppler Labs introduces wireless earbuds and app pairing, ‘Here Active Listening’

Doppler Labs, the startup responsible for creating DUBS Acoustic Filters, has been up to much more as of late than forming strategic partnerships with Coachella, Bonnaroo and Outside Lands.

For the last year, the startup wearable tech company has busied itself refining its latest product, the Here Active Listening system. Composed of two wireless earbuds and a smartphone app to pair, Here allows users to control their audio via Live EQ, filters, sound effects and real-world volume control. The mechanism does not stream or play recorded music, but rather acts as a “remote control for your ears” to help enhance the sounds you hear in your day-to-day life. Here’s audio curation capabilities, for example, can help cancel the sounds of a baby crying or enhance the bass at a club. All at the power of your fingertips and smartphone.

Juiced with six hours of battery life, Here Active Listening is still in its beginning stages — which is where you come in. Doppler currently seeks $250,000 through its Kickstarter campaign in preparation for prototype testing in November. Click here to become an investor.

Photo courtesy of Doppler Labs.

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