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I really out of Philadelphia have right now.
David -- -- this right now CEO an inventor of these really cool earphones and I have great.
-- expose about them.
Hi Tracy good afternoon.
It -- -- it's kind of a classic story.
I'm a longtime -- runner and also a guy who did a lot of cycling for our cross training.
And after I had -- my last company I looked out -- and wanted to do some additional things and and my goal was actually to get into.
A business that combined to my loves running and music.
And -- experienced a lot of frustrations a lot of my buddies who were runners and cyclists and expressed frustration with -- either calling out.
Hurting them while they're trying to use them.
And also additionally.
I personally felt that the industry.
Even -- sports your funds industry was totally off base because.
The industry was trying to keep all the -- sound out.
Of athletes years.
And my goal was to.
Give people a great musical with the experience and also given the opportunity to -- to hear all the sounds around them basically be engaged with the environment.
-- and that actually doing for illegals and an Indian company is or area.
And these -- You used this X fit technology correct.
That is correct.
Now that's the fifth part but that's not what you're talking about right you're talking about this.
These nano technology thing that -- that gives you this advanced audio sounds.
Well right now actually right now it turns out that you your great lead into the acts that.
Next that is kind of a cocktail is at the heart of actually what enables a lot of our capabilities so.
The first thing I mentioned at first thing I mentioned with the fact that.
Runners and cyclists are both frustrated by the fact that your phones fall out of there -- years.
Basically means you have to go -- things -- has -- years.
Which if you're on a bike is really frustrating if you're running America conference at 56 hours -- doing that for a few hours in marathon.
That's extremely frustrating and and and disheartening experience.
So what we wanted to do was enable earphones will be held on traditionally -- two things of that tradition we're funds rely on -- two methods.
Basically a small soft piece in your ear canal itself which ultimately blocks out all the noise.
Or using some type -- hook over the back the years traditional ones with the -- tips on them.
As the minute you sweater when -- sweat and yeah I'm a Falwell.
They -- and everybody's user experience.
I know I just open them up so I have here if Andre here's a -- saying I can't -- over everything on -- first.
So you're saying that I just pop this thing in my -- and you should stay leg room any kind of triathlon.
-- -- I'm as well I'm not I'm not I'm gonna show you right now on camera how one of these works out okay yes usually I'm not at.
And I'm actually gonna pick out one of the ones that's it's as -- -- -- to -- them up and when you see they've got.
A pink and black on them how to say how they slide into your outer -- like this.
You give them a little twist.
And actually lock on and use those pink features.
-- gonna use these soft outer parts your -- Kobe trade guess and then I'd trade guess some ladies know those because they have -- -- piercings.
But does peak features up put them up to the the camera again.
That's what took two and a half years of engineering.
To get those features to be exactly the right size the -- the right shape the right.
Softness -- really one of the world's soft this multiple materials and they can actually conform.
To those -- parts of the years.
That's what holds earphones on the end.
Because of the way that technology with design actually enables the ambient sound to be heard.
While you're doing any kind of exercise a -- here's the cool part again.
Not limited attention when mark went -- -- how this works is.
You actually can listen to your music in stereo.
At full listing volume level and still I could have a conversation with you exactly -- the same level now without shouting.
That we're having right now so check this out.
What happens is if -- runner a lot of runners run at night in the morning -- running on roads with our cars trucks buses available.
They can now hear those sounds around them and not be concerned because they're hearing now actually out of both years and if you're running with a groups of friend.
Right and if you're running with a group -- friend you actually I called him kind of the social her phones because you actually can talk to somebody besides you.
And actually have a conversation wireless and music of the same time correct.
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