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The new Nuraphone wireless headphones not only play incredible sound but tailor it specifically to a user’s ears.

You’ve probably become accustomed to travelling with headphones – from those long-haul flights to endless bus transfers, decent, noise-cancelling headphones are a handy addition to any carry-on. However, not all headphones are created equal – some go for aesthetics, some for technological innovation, but few get the balance just right. That is until the Nuraphones. These ‘smart headphones’ are not only sleek and striking but
are also a purist’s dream.

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With a design concept dubbed “inova” that’s part in-ear and part overear, the Nuraphones split the melodic sounds to an in-ear speaker and bass sounds to an over-ear tactile driver that delivers the sound through your skin. For the first time, a user can adjust their level of immersion while enjoying the best of both worlds. This unique design ensures pitch-perfect sound as well as thumping bass and brilliant noise reduction.

The new Nuraphone wireless headphones not only play incredible sound but tailor it specifically to a user’s ears.

But there’s more than meets the eye: the headphones use a patented self-learning engine, coupled with an eardrum-scanning app that monitors otoacoustic emissions, to ensure the headphones are delivering the perfect sound balance for a user’s ear canals, no matter the external environment.

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With a Bluetooth connection to any smart device and a 20-hour battery time, these savvy new headphones promise a sound experience like no other.

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