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  • Hearing technology company Nuheara’s (NUH) recently released IQbuds2 MAX have received multiple certifications from countries all over the world
  • These countries include the United States, Europe and the United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada
  • These certifications mean Nuheara can now begin selling its product in these countries
  • The IQbuds2 MAX give the wearer complete control over sounds by offering active noise cancellation and sonic accuracy
  • Despite the COVID-19 lockdowns, sales are still continuing and shipping will begin once restrictions are lifted in Malaysia, which is where the buds are manufactured
  • Nuheara is steady today and shares are currently trading for 1.5 cents each

Hearing technology company Nuheara’s (NUH) recently released IQbuds2 MAX have received multiple certifications from countries all over the world.

The company has received FCC Mark in the United States, CE Mark in the United Kingdom and Europe, IC Mark in Canada, and RCM Mark in Australia.

All of these certification marks are either related to electronic, radio, or telecommunication products.

Receiving these marks means that Nuheara can now begin selling its IQbuds2 MAX product in these countries.

“The certifications are regulatory necessities in order to commence fulfilment into these regions,” CEO Justin Miller commented.

“The successful completion of certification involves rigorous process and can only be done on completes manufactured products. We are delighted to have received these despite COVID-19 related barriers and allowing us to serve approximately 98 per cent of all our IQbuds2 MAX pre-order sales,” he added.

Nuheara’s IQbuds2 MAX feature hybrid active noise cancellation as well as unique features for personalising and enhancing the wearer’s soundscape.

Key features include situational sound, sonic accuracy, speech in noise control, and advanced digital signal processing.

Users can also adapt and set the buds to their own hearing level so the sound level doesn’t have to be changed every time they are used.

The IQbuds2 MAX also enable the wearer to connect Siri or Google Assistant for a completely hands-free device.

Despite the COVID-19 lockdowns, sales are still continuing and shipping will begin once restrictions are lifted in Malaysia, which is where the buds are manufactured.

“Our sales are continuing and we remain committed to manufacturing and shipping our pre-order units as soon as government restrictions are lifted in Malaysia,” Justin said.

Nuheara is steady today and shares are trading for 1.5 cents each at 10:17 am AEST.

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