Audio device that compensates sonometric listener response for a perfect listening experience.
The Audio Research Group of the School of Engineering and Telecommunication Systems at the Technical University of Madrid (UPM) has developed a device that compensates the sonometric response of the listener to perceive sound with the highest possible quality.
This device is applicable to any commercial application of audio and can even work as a hearing aids with superior cost savings of 80%. It is a hardware device (or software on any device that supports it), low cost, for the full enjoyment of the listening experience.
The “Audiófono Exoaural” is inserted between the ear and the audio player, to compensate both audiometric-sonometric user response and the response of all elements of the audio chain.
It is a hardware device, or software (depending on the programming capabilities of the audio player), able to catch the audiometric-sonometric response of the user and the responses of all the elements of the audio chain (headphones, audio player, etc.), and compensate them in real time for obtaining an ideal response.
The “Audiófono Exoaural” is the first device that allows a perfect hearing and, therefore, full enjoyment of the listening experience.
“Simple and low cost solution to get the perfect listening.”
“The entertainment industry needs a qualitative jump for further growth.”
Exoaural Hearing Aid contact
Lino García y Antonio Mínguez.
Innovation, Commercialization and Entrepreneurship Area
Centre of Support for Technological Innovation – UPM