Has anyone tried this one? Sounds like a similar idea to HeardThat but further along and now getting serious funding.
Mark Cuban gets involved in everything for the money.
You’re not wrong, but hey, I’m just always happy to see new investment into accessibility tech.
The latency is very distracting. I plugged in my Bluetooth neckloop for my hearing aids and tried separately with regular wired headphones. The echo detracts heavily from the hearing experience.
A lot of the app reviews on the Play Store were positive. I don’t know if they’re fake or I’m experiencing something completely different.
I’m still waiting to hear back from HeardThat to test their app. I submitted their signup form a couple weeks ago.
I don’t understand what the use-case is for these? For example, am I supposed to ear my wired headphones and then the phone’s mic? That might be useful for TV I guess.
Unless you block out the direct/analog/in-air sound won’t this sound like slap-back echo? This means that the original sound then almost immediately after the processed version.
FWIW, it crashes every time I click the “go” button.
LG LML413DL Android 8.1
The logical use-case is to set your phone near a talker, lean back, and hear good.