Alternative products to Ximalaya

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Ximalaya

3D Audio and smart noise-cancelling headphones

ROOM

A Personal Space for The Open Office

At ROOM, we’re reimagining the modern workplace. Our first product, ROOM One, is a soundproof booth that helps you get things done. It’s engineered with recycled plastic bottles to do more by using less, and it’s easy to move around and assemble. We ship flat and sell direct to keep costs low, making ROOM One the first to solve noise at scale.

Business Insider
Room is a new company that's created private, semi-soundproof phone booths for noisy, crowded offices. Already, the company has snagged high profile clients like NASA, Salesforce, and Nike. Room says they're on track to sell $10 million worth of product in their first year of business.
TechCrunch
Noisy open offices don't foster collaboration, they kill it, according to a Harvard study that found the less-private floor plan led to a 73 percent drop in face-to-face interaction between employees and a rise in emailing. The problem is plenty of young companies and big corporations have al...
8 Alternatives to ROOM

Silentmode is a powernap mask with immersive, high-end wireless audio and customised relaxation training through a 'Nap-iness' algorithm.

Medium
Is breathing the new competitive advantage? What I've learnt by combining common breathing patterns with binaural frequencies. Delivering a higher level of oxygen to the brain. Breathonics is Silentmode's new and fresh form of mindfulness content. It's the first thing that people say whenever you have a traumatic experience.
Digital Trends
Can't fall to sleep anywhere? With the Silentmode, you'll be able to sleep just about everywhere. The new audio mask promises "100 percent blackout" so you can completely tune out the world, both visually and aurally.
Kickstarter
Silentmode is raising funds for SILENTMODE : Powernap mask with immersive, high end audio on Kickstarter! Ready to change your life? Learn to master the power of naps at work, home, or when travelling. Immersive, comforting, high end sound.
VentureBeat
Power naps can be good for you, and Silentmode has designed a nap mask with built-in audio to help you nap better. The Hong Kong company is launching a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign today to raise money to build the mask that allows people to tune out their environment and go to sleep more easily.
9 Alternatives to Silentmode

Bose QC 35 II

The best from Bose. Now with the Google Assistant built in.

Bose QC 35 II are engineered with world-class noise cancellation. And now they’re even better. With the Google Assistant built-in, you can play music, receive texts, and get answers without glancing at your phone.

Justin Cauchon
Justin Cauchon- Product Manager, CNET
Amazing sound, noise cancellation, long battery and no cord required.
The Verge
Google and Bose are today officially announcing a new version of the headphone maker's great noise cancelling headphones, the QC 35s. The big new addition is Google Assistant - or rather, a dedicated button on the headphones that triggers the Google Assistant.
9to5Google
Update: The video that offered a clear look at the QuietComfort II with Google Assistant was removed from YouTube earlier today. We've learned a great deal about Google's plans for smart headphones over the last several months through app teardowns, and Google itself slipped-up recently by adding Headphones to its support website (and then quickly removed it… See more
10 Alternatives to Bose QC 35 II

Hushme

The noise cancelling wearable for your mouth

joshua bradley
joshua bradley- Passionate about making life better
This is the strangest by a mile. Noise canceling gimp mask
Engadget
Even better, there are ways two ways that your conversations are shielded from the world at large. A pair of thick cushy pads does a decent job muffling your voice, but the Hushme team added a series of sounds that play through some external speakers to obscure things even further.
The Independent
Privacy-conscious consumers could soon be able to protect their conversations from strangers using a wearable gadget that clips over their mouth. Hushme, which describes itself as the "world's first voice mask for mobile phones", is a rather extreme solution to an everyday problem.
YourStory.com
Hushme's product - a hi-tech voice mask with a muzzle design - muffles the user's voice by allowing the overlay of masking sounds on to the voice. At a glance: On a phone call at your open-plan office or a public space, and don't want people nearby to overhear the conversation?
CNET
Walking the floor at Eureka Park, the startup pavilion here at CES 2017, I came across this strange product: Hushme, which is billed as the "world's first voice mask for mobile phones."
5 Alternatives to Hushme

Sony MDR-1000X Headphones

Bluetooth, noise-cancelling headphones that rival Bose

Baard O. Hansen
Baard O. Hansen- Business Manager Digital Communications
Before these headphones arrived, I had a couple of Bose Quiet Comfort 35 headphones. But when I bought the Sony's, I had to listen to my music all over again. They're just the best headphones available. Looking forward to the Sony MDR-1000x2 when they arrive.
Tarun Gangwani
Tarun Gangwani- Product, dev.twitch.tv
I use these. They give the Q35's a run for their money with features and performance. I don't believe the issues regarding sound are valid -- they are an excellent pair of cans.
Tarun Gangwani
Tarun Gangwani- Product, dev.twitch.tv
Not sure if you like over-ear or buds... these are my favorite for over-ear. They have some great features including one where you can raise your right hand to the ear to mute audio and enable outside sound to enter through the mic ("quick attention") and a PA mode where it uses AI to filter out all sounds except voices. These work pretty well in my experien… See more
17 Alternatives to Sony MDR-1000X Headphones
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