The Headphones with Sound Filtering, Attenuation, and Amplification is a system and method by which various audio channels are made available to spectators at a live sporting event via headphones.
Inventor Stanley A. Iwuoha of Irving, TX has created a system and method by which various audio channels are made available to spectators at a live sporting event via headphones.
What if there was a unique invention that would maximize the pleasure and experience gained from watching a sporting game? Would it not further engage the fans and attract more spectators? Inventor Iwuoha knew that the obvious answer was yes. Inspired by the desire to bring sporting events closer to the fans and spectators, Inventor Iwuoha has created this device to enhance fan participation in every aspect of the game. His idea is also inspired by the need to bring various sports sponsors closer to the spectators.
This clever new invention provides the same audio content as those watching at home on television. It increases the level of excitement. It helps eliminate missing key plays. It gets a spectator moreinvolved in a game. The device is lightweight in design. The use of the Headphones with Sound Filtering, Attenuation, and Amplification provides live spectators access to a wide variety of audio information to help increase enjoyment of sporting event observation.