- Hearing aid developer Nuheara (NUH), has launched the next generation of hearable technology, IQbuds MAX
- The IQbuds MAX feature hybrid Active Noise Cancellation, sonic accuracy and unique features giving the wearer complete control over sounds
- CEO Justin Miller claims due to several hardware and software breakthroughs in the past year, Nuheara was able to bring out the IQbuds MAX sooner than anticipated
- The company will showcase the device’s features at the CES Unveiled event today in Las Vegas
- Nuheara shares remain flat and are trading for 3.6 cents each
Hearing technology developer Nuheara (NUH), has launched its next generation of hearable technology, IQbuds MAX.
Nuheara develops smart personal hearing devices which enhances the lives of people who have hearing impairments.
Built on Nuheara’s innovative new smart-hearing platform, the IQbuds2 MAX feature hybrid Active Noise Cancellation as well as unique features for personalising and enhancing the wearer’s soundscape.
Key developments include sonic accuracy, advanced digital signal processing, situational sound, true personalisation and hybrid active noise cancellation.
The company redesigned the device using its latest acoustic technology, EarID. The EarID technology and Speech in Noise Control (SINC) enhances normal hearing and allows users to “fine-tune” their hearing experience.
“We’ve incorporated major engineering enhancements, such as better drivers for improved sonic accuracy and design features that fit more processing power into a comfortable earbud,” CEO Justin Miller said.
The CEO claims due to several hardware and software achievements in the past year, the company was able to bring out the IQbuds2 MAX sooner than anticipated.
The IQbuds2 MAX replace the previously announced IQbuds MAX.
The company will showcase its superiority for the first time in Las Vegas at CES Unveiled today.
Nuheara shares remain flat and are trading for 3.6 cents each at 11:33 am AEDT.