Headphones that sense and adapt to your unique hearing

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nuraphones use patented technology to sense and adapt to your unique hearing, turning themselves into the perfect headphones for you.

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Adam KazwellHunter@kaz · Product manager/observer
Haven't gotten a chance to listen to these yet, but I love their strategy of using the "reaction video" to sell the product. Step 1, build an amazing product. Step 2, show jaws dropping when people use it. Step 3, profit! Check out:
Derek Shanahan@dshan · GM @ SuperRewards
@kaz Dood, best sales video ever. Wow.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I've been a big fan of my B&W P5's, my work companion. I'd love to try these out.
Marlon WayneHiring@m_rlons · Founder @ Impulse
@rrhoover I've been using the Beoplay H9s, but now I feel like I need to try things outside of the B&O product family.
Tarun GangwaniHiring@tarungangwani · Product,
I threw down about the same amount for the MDR-1000x's, after having experienced the Bose QC35s as well. IMO, this headphone represents more what I was looking for, but I'm already committed to these cans for at least 2-3 more years. FWIW, the sound on MDR is great, especially on planes. Would definitely give these a try with the 30 day guarantee.
David LawsonMaker@david_lawson
Hey Product Hunters! Thank you for your interest in the nuraphone – we’re so pleased you’ve been enjoying our reaction video! (‘Excuse the Aussie swearing!) I'm one of the engineers on the nura team, so if you have any questions about the nuraphones, feel free to ask me here. Otherwise, make sure to visit our website to find out more ( Cheers, David / Team nura
Will Brennan@wfb · Designer
If these are better than a pair of Sennheiser Momentums then color me interested.