Would you wear a glass that’s not made for your eyes? Certainly not. Then, why do you use a headphone, which is not made for your ears? Sounds weird, right? When it comes to ears, we all have our unique sensitivities. Considering this, MF Jebsen Electronics and AumeoAudio together developed Heari, world’s first tailored audio-neckband headphones. Inspired by the success of Aumeo’s headphone personalizer, Heari integrates the technology to improve and customize all sounds you hear throughout the day.
Instead of just offering highest quality sound for your favorite music, it provides perfect sound-quality when you’re talking to the phone, and enhance your experience of sound by customizing based on your audio profile.
Powered by Aumeo’s algorithm and software, Heari comes with the most remarkable feature a headphone could have – its ability to customize sounds based on each of your ear’s hearing sensitivity. It calculates each ear by eight frequencies in real-time and tailors the sounds accordingly.
Not just another fashionable headphone
Besides being just another fashionable neckband headphone, Heari also integrates the latest hardware technologies, such as Qualcomm’s premium CSR8675 Bluetooth DSP chip, 3 built-in microphones, 24-bit audio processing, as well as 10 hours’ battery life. With the compatible Heari app, users can set up their profile within two minutes, and the app will tailor sounds by communicating with Heari.
The headphone is currently available on Kickstarter. You can pre-order one for $99 on a super early bird discount and hope to get the product in December.