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earHD - Upgrade your ears - By Flare Audio

A project in Lancing, UK by Flare Audio
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A passive hearing device that increases detail and reduces distracting ambient noise.
Backers: 258
Average Pledge Per Backer: £270

Funded: £69,544 of £30,000
Dates: Sep 2nd -> Oct 31st (60 days)
Project By: Flare Audio
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Latest News

🎺The final countdown... 🎉

October 31st - via: kickstarter.com
Our earHD® Kickstarter campaign ends in only a matter of hours! Thanks so much to everyone who has supported us, backed us and played a part in this project. It's been a real labour of love for all of us at Team Flare and it's a truly exciting and... (Read More)

Only a week to go!

October 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Thanks so much to everyone who has pledged so far or who has shown an interest in earHD®! We only have a week left so there's still some time for you to back our project!  We know that what we have with earHD is completely unique and a new area of... (Read More)

Audio Reveal!

September 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello all! It's Friday and so we have a new audio reveal update for you! This week we have used the sound of stones rattling in hands to demonstrate the difference in high frequency that earHD gives you.  As you can hear from the video when the... (Read More)

We reached our target!!

September 4th - via: kickstarter.com
Wooo! We reached our target in under two days! We wanted to say a big "thank you!” to everyone who has supported us so far - we really appreciate it. On day one we received some great shout outs on twitter from some friends of Flare... the... (Read More)

earHD reduces ambient noise and heightens hearing

September 4th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
A new passive hearing device has launched via Kickstarter this week in the form of earHD, created by Flare Audio based in the United Kingdom. (Read More)

‘Hear the World in HD’ with breakthrough tech earHD

September 3rd - via: impulsegamer.com
Launching today, earHD® is a pair of small, non-electric, meticulously-designed ear lenses enabling users to ‘hear in High Definition’, with no wires or accompanying units. (Read More)

British companies are leading the way in developing superior audio

August 29th - via: ft.com
Which brings us to his latest invention. It is called EarHD and is non-electronic. Costing £199-£299 a pair, he prefers to call EarHD acoustic lenses, but they are really miniature ear trumpets. (Read More)

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