These headphones have to be the smartest headphones on the market. They can be worn at the gym, when running, even when swimming (as the entire chassis is silicone). They contain their own MP3 player and fitness trackers to monitor heart rate and oxygen saturation level. To use them, users simply tap the control earphone.
They will play music through a Bluetooth connection or use an embedded 4GB/1000 song music player.The Dash are two wearable microcomputers, coupled with biosensors, fitness trackers, microphones, a real-time feedback activity coach.
The firm from Germany said ‘They are the world’s first completely wireless, smart headphone system, offering freedom of movement, maximum comfort and amazing sound – all while audibly coaching, tracking movement and capturing key biometric data.’
The Dash are two wearable microcomputers, coupled with biosensors, fitness trackers, microphones, a real-time feedback activity coach, and The Dash media player
The Dash can also pick up the ambient sound with the ambient microphones, channel the sound through to The Dash and mix it together with the music you already are hearing. The Headphones can even linked to an iPhone app to stream music and calls.
In essence wearable tech is capitalising on the recent advancements of digital hearing aid technology, soon we will all have personal listening devices whether we have hearing loss or not. You might even have the same earpieces as your gran in the future.
If you would like to try the latest hearing aid technology and see how it can improve your quality of life call the Chalfont & Henley Hearing Centre on 01494 765144.
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