Hush Smart Earbuds cut you from irritating noises for sound sleep

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Sleeping in noisy environment can be a major hassle and it leads to frustration. Tossing and turning in your bed only to find hours passing by and getting you anxious. Listening to binaural music can be a solution and for that you need a good pair of earbuds which are comfortable and produce sound which is soothing for your ears. These are Hush Earplugs Smart Earplugs on show at CES 2016 looking to give you a calm sleeping experience while shutting you down from all the unwanted noise.

Hush Smart Earplugs at CES 2016

These wireless earbuds have had a successful Kickstarter project with almost six times the funding amount being achieved. Now they are all set to be delivered to loyal backers and also retail to the world. The company says that these earbuds can be plugged-in all night and play on-board tracks which include white noise, waterfall, rain and many more. You can also connect them with your smartphone via Bluetooth and enjoy soothing music all night.

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The makers have made it a point to incorporate smooth transition of alarm clock or emergency phone call. Once charged the earbuds can go for 8 hours non-stop on maximum volume and if you’ll keep the volume down the time will extend further.

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Hush Smart Earplugs are targeted towards urban users who have to bear all the noises of city life. For example a student struggling to sleep due to noise of vehicles on the nearing highway.

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Whether or not these earbuds will be comfortable enough to wear for the whole night, only real-time usage will tell. Especially for people who are side-sleepers like me. However, they are priced at $150 and can be pre-ordered from their website.



Hailing from the northern region of India, Gaurav has a profound liking for everything upbeat in the cloud and vision to acquaint readers with the latest technology news. He likes to observe nature, write thought provoking quotes, travel places, drive cars and play video games when things get too boring. And his food for thought comes from ambient music scores he listens to.

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