- Published on Friday, 12 January 2018 16:55
Samplified Audio announced at CES 2018 that QCY, China’s most sold Bluetooth headset brand for 5 consecutive years, joins the award-winning Clementine Wear platform.
Clementine Wear is the winner of the US National Science Foundation’s Hearables Challenge. QCY and Samplified have been working hard on the first product design which will be released to the market in 2018.
“According to the press release products with Clementine Wear Inside are for anybody interested in or in need of listening to personalized audio with music entering your ears that perfectly matches your hearing profile. Products with Clementine Wear Inside can also serve as a listening device. The products are supported by the Clementine Wear app, available for iOS and Android phones. Both parties further announce that they have started to explore opportunities to distribute QCY products with Clementine Wear Inside in QCY’s home market China.
The Clementine Wear audio platform is open to manufacturers of audio or hearing products and offers high end, personalized audio that can be used in Hearables and Audio Wearables that are sold over the counter or serviced via healthcare professionals.
Samplified Audio is a three-continent team, with a head office in Amstelveen, the Netherlands. It’s Clementine platform is the first Augmented Hearing as a Service platform in the world and includes the award-winning Clementine Wear embedded open audio platform. Clementine Wear is the winner of the NSF National Hearables Challenge and the only audio platform that has proven it can deliver true speech intelligibility improvement in the consumer audio space.
Dongguan Hele Electronics Co was founded in 2003. In 2011, they launched the brand QCY, which was an instant hit in the Chinese market. The company has 1200 employees and covers an area of 15,000m2 in Dongguan, China. QCY has been the most sold Bluetooth headset brand in China for 5 consecutive years. The company has a strong presence on local online sales platforms such as Tmall and JD, continues to grow strongly in overseas markets and manufactures headsets for some of the top smartphone brands in China.
Source: Samplified Audio