Doppler’s Here Active Listening system to ship in December
Doppler Labs, the renowned startup known for pioneering wearable audio technology, has made great progress on its newest brainchild: Here Active Listening. In June,the company behind DUBS Acoustic Filters made the bold move to launch Here – the world’s first audio device that permits users to control live sound with special effects and EQ settings – via Kickstarter. The final prototype is on track to ship out in December, and while Here is not currently for sale, interested parties can join the waitlist by telling Doppler why they want to be among the first to test the new product.
Here offers enhancement features for trebles, mids, and lows – permitting users to fully curate the way in which they hear sounds on a daily basis. Aimed at musicians and audiophiles alike, Here’s next generation is slated to have the ability to cancel out certain frequencies and tones. For example, if you were to wear Here at a concert, the wireless earbuds would allow you to increase or decrease the bass exactly to your liking. All functions are controlled by Here’s smartphone app, which gives listeners the rare and much-needed opportunity to optimize their listening experience.