I want to share this article from livescience.com by Monica Kanojia for today’s daily audiophile roundup. She writes about audio pioneer Stephen Ambrose who has developed a micro monitor, the world’s first in-ear monitor, that alleviates pressure and listener fatigue. The micro monitor is custom made for each ear, and its circuitry makes the micro monitor adapt to the listener’s environment. Though this device would cause discomfort over prolonged use, Stephen Ambrose has managed to create several fixes, such as the use of Gore-Tex material to alleviate pressure.
Sounds like a great solution to a common problem. Read up more about it here:
A Safer Way to Listen to Music – LiveScience.com
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