Can A Set Of Earphones Improve Your Work Place Well Being, The Answer Is Yes
Most of us remember the first noise cancelling headphones introduced to the mass market being from Bose. The idea was to wear them on airplanes to cut out all the noise associated with the flight. The hum of the jet engines, the crying of babies and the overhead noise were eliminated so you could enjoy music or an audio book, or just some sleep.
Over the last fifteen years or so, there’s been a giant influx in people that bring headphones or earphones with them to work so they can zone out and listen to their music, audio books or other entertainment while focusing on work. Study after study has suggested that listening to music can improve productivity and focus.
There have been a bunch of arguments about what headphones and earphones are ideal for the workplace. Adding to that, more and more offices are switching to an open floor plan, which greatly increases the amount of ambient noise.
A French startup called, Orosound, has introduced a new earphone technology called Tilde. With the Tilde earphones, the company has developed the best earphone for work. The technology behind Tilde delivers the best possible audio experience from the source while also enhancing conversations. Wearing the Tilde earphones at work you’ll know when your boss or coworkers are talking directly to you, without having to hear the office lunch order.
The technology behind the earphones starts with an adjustable noice cancellation from 0 to 30 db. This allows the user to choose how much background noise the user wants to let in. The noise cancellation slider will allow the user to focus in silence and just with the audio source or stay connected to the user’s surroundings.
The next big advantage to Tilde earphones is that they’ve been designed to allow you to hear the human voice and conversations while blocking out the ambient noise. This alone increases productivity. Users hear what they need to hear, and not what they don’t.
Tilde is ideal for professionals in any kind of work environment. Being a technology company first, Orosound has integrated all the controls like telephony, music, even video conferencing, right into the design of the earphone. No more fumbling with buttons, controllers and wires to switch from audio sources. The user’s productivity is honed into where they need to be.
Check out Tilde Earphones for yourself at CES 2018 in Eureka Park, January 9-12th in Las Vegas, booth #50722 and online at orosound.com
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