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Why AI in hardware is important to enable the future of voice

Jabra Blog – 4.18.19

What could help human behavior? Not what could change it. This is where we start when it comes to developing artificial intelligence for our audio solutions at Jabra. As a tech company, we’re constantly pushing forward at the confluence of anthropology and technology in order to create products that make life better. And though AI and 5G are enabling a captivating technology landscape ahead, we’re also focused on how AI can make a difference today.

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How do you know if your mic is bad?

Antlion Audio Blog – 4.12.19 (4.16.19)

Simply put, you can only sound as good as your microphone allows. There are so many variables to consider when buying a headset, but very few opportunities to assess the microphone because it is an all-in-one deal. The microphone is how you represent yourself to others, but sadly it’s often overlooked.

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The health risk in your pocket

Puro Sound Labs Blog – 4.15.19 (4.14.19)

We all like to think that we take care of our own health, and socially the health of our children, but there are some hidden risks to health that not everyone is aware of, and one of them is in your pocket almost everywhere you go. Whether its music, video or games, your smartphone, tablet or music device could be causing harm to you and your children’s health.

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Sony EXTRA BASS Wireless Speakers SRS-XB32 Official Product Video

Sony YouTube Channel – 4.15.19 (4.14.19)

 

Discover the SRS-XB32 EXTRA BASS™ Portable BLUETOOTH® Speaker. EXTRA BASS™ with LIVE SOUND mode and party lights create the perfect portable music festival. Take the festival feeling anywhere with IP67 rated dustproof and waterproof feature.

Source: Sony EXTRA BASS™ Wireless Speakers SRS-XB32 Official Product Video

Bookshelf Speakers: What You Need to Know

Klipsch Blog – 4.12.19 (4.10.19)

Bookshelf speakers are meant to rest on a shelf, table or other elevated surface – anywhere but the floor. They’re specifically designed to maximize sound in small to medium-sized spaces. Like anything else, doing your homework before making a decision will definitely pay off. For instance, some are geared specifically for movie buffs, while others are tailored to take your music listening experience to the next level.

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