Nura Headphones will adjust playback based on your ears
The Nura headphones have been designed to adjust to your own original sense of hearing.
The Nura headphones startup created a Kickstarter page for their product. The campaign goal was set at $ 100 000 and with three days left to the end of the fundraiser, they have already raised more than $ 1.4 million. The company has more than six thousand five hundred backers.
They promise to deliver a sound through the Nura headphones that is pitch perfect. This new brand of headphones integrates sound wave technology to measure a listener’s hearing from their outer ear to their brain. The headphones will then automatically adapt the music to the listener within thirty seconds.
This concept is interesting since everyone has different sensitivities to frequencies and hears differently. These things affect how each of us listens to music individually. With that in mind, one pair of headphones does not sound the same from one listener to the next.
The sound frequency technology of the Nura headphones is what sets it apart. The headphones also have other features which includes a double speaker for clearer tones and noise isolation.
First Impression Reviews
“They sound amazing to everyone here who’s tried them… but what really dropped my jaw was when we passed them around the office and saw just how different a sound they created for each of the guys on the team.” – Loz Blain, Gizmag
“The dual speaker setup meant the vocals, instrumentals and bass (my God, the bass!) all came through remarkably clear. I was picking up on things in songs I hadn’t heard before. It sounded great.” – Luke Lancaster, CNET
“The personalization mode was incredible, especially listening to a live-recorded track… With the super bass, the experience was even better.” – Jason Lim, Forbes