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AblePlanet Lets Users Hear Things Like Never Before

Able Planet True Fidelity PS400BG
Able Planet True Fidelity PS400BG

AblePlanet, the winner of over 30 CES Innovations Awards, has created a technology called Linx Audio, which is a technology that passively filters out undesirable noise and reduces distortion. This allows users to hear more of the sounds they want but at a much lower decibel range.


From personal amplification systems and noise cancellation headphones to gaming headsets and even extremely affordable solutions, all members of the family can benefit from AblePlanet’s patented technologies. The company even offers a new gadget not seen before in portable headphones, an in-line balance adjuster. For those who are hard of hearing in one ear more than the other, this discrete cord simply shifts the sound to center it across your ears comfortably, without amplifying one side and damaging your good ear. AblePlanet seems to have the consumer’s health in mind as their first priority.

Video by Nicholas DiMeo of F5 Live.

Jamie Davis and Health Tech Weekly Attending CES 2013

I’m Jamie Davis, the Podmedic from the brand new Health Tech Weekly podcast (HTWeekly.com). Coming up in January I’ll be joining the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2013 coverage team from the Tech Podcast network for the second year, focusing on medical technology and digital health products. Together with the other tech podcast network hosts, we’ll be covering the consumer electronics show so you’ll feel as if you were there yourself!

Join us here at the Tech Podcasts Network for the best in live coverage from CES 2013. You’ll be glad you did!

Follow me on Twitter at Twitter.com/podmedic or on the Health Tech Weekly site for all of the health and fitness coverage from the conference.