Cynaps Assist: Bone Conduction Assistive Listening

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Use bone conduction to hear faint or far away sounds. Attach it easily to any cap, helmet or shirt.
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Mike Freeman
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Cynaps Assist is a new kind of assistive listening device, to enhance hearing for faint, far away sounds. 

It uses bone conduction to direct the amplified sound into the inner ear using vibration. 

Use it for hearing sounds that cannot normally be heard without assistance. 

Cynaps Assist can be mounted to any headgear, such as a cap or helmet, or it can simply be attached onto any shirt or coat collar to provide instant amplification. 

It's rugged and can be used during sports, such as biking, running or soccer, and the disconnectable modules can be easily replaced if lost or damaged.



Technical Specifications:

  • System
    Analog, stereo mic input, amplified stereo output
    High Performance Low Noise high SNR D-Class audio amplifier IC
    Low-pass RC output filter for each channel
    DC coupling capacitor near input supply
    Low frequency noise filtering
    EMI Eliminating Filter
  • Battery
    Capacity: 850mAh
    Usage time: 7-10 hours
    Standby time: 30+ days
    Charging time: @2.5 hours
  • Regular Transducers
    0.8W normal, 1.5W max each (3W total)
    Resonant Frequency: 16 +/- 0.5 kHz
    Operating Frequency: 300-19000 Hz
    dB Range: 52-85dB
  • Super Transducers
    1.5W normal, 3W max each (6W total)
    Operating Frequency: 150-15000 Hz
    dB Range: 72-120dB
  • Microphones
    Sensitivity : 200mA/ubar.
    Frequency:200Hz-10kHz.
    Scan range Area:5m²~150m²


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