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Concert too loud? These earbuds can turn it down without losing sound quality

Concert too loud? These earbuds can turn it down without losing sound quality
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Have you ever been at a concert where the music is just WAY too loud? Or maybe it's too quiet, or the bass is over the top or you can't hear the vocals. A good live mix makes ALL the difference, and a bad one can ruin your night.

Now you can mix it yourself without sacrificing sound quality.

With these cool Here earbuds by Doppler Labs, a San Francisco startup, you can control the volume, equalizer and other audio settings so you get the perfect listening experience no matter what. The Here earbuds are connected to your smartphone through Bluetooth. From your phone, you can control the sound that comes in to your head.

“We’re big believers in the future of wearable tech being something that is really immersive,” Noah Kraft, the CEO and co-founder of Doppler Labs, told BuzzFeed News.

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Last month, Here announced that it received another round of funding to supplement its Kickstarter campaign that raised over $600,000.

This time the company gathered music giants like Live Nation Entertainment, Universal Music Group, talent agency William Morris Endeavor, and music icons such as Quincy Jones, Mark Ronson and Hans Zimmer to raise $17 million.

We think the idea of controlling the music you hear at concerts is interesting and profitable, but what about you? Is this just another gadget that you will lose around your house or are you going to keep your eyes peeled for this to hit store shelves? Tell me by leaving a comment below.

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Source: Buzzfeed
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