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#6777 - 04/11/01 10:56 PM Diver Entertainment Systems
Rany Polany Offline
new diver

Registered: 04/11/01
Posts: 2
Hello,
I own a business that designs, manufactures, and markets underwater technology for such devices. Including MP3 and CD-Player systems with high fidelity audio. We have secured U.S. Patents for these technologies. I hope you write back so I may be able to provide you with what you are looking for.
thank you
Rany Polany
President
rpolany@desdiver.com
Diver Entertainment Systems Inc. http://desdiver.com


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#6778 - 05/13/01 11:23 PM Re: Diver Entertainment Systems
daver Offline
veteran

Registered: 05/09/01
Posts: 34
Loc: Overland Park, KS USA
I'd be all about having a MP-3 player underwater. only problem being getting an air space between the ear piece and your ear drum, i dunno i'm just rambling its late.

-Dave in KC


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#6779 - 05/14/01 03:42 PM Re: Diver Entertainment Systems
TexasMike Offline
veteran

Registered: 05/02/01
Posts: 301
I've thought about having a audio device tied to my deco bottle at a specific depth so I could pass them time (especially if it was a one of the audio books).

How deep are your products rated?


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#6780 - 05/15/01 03:38 AM Re: Diver Entertainment Systems
HMan Offline
avid diver

Registered: 05/07/01
Posts: 14
Loc: Hofit, Israel
Hey Guys,
There is only one obvious solution.
Putting the speakers in the ear cups of the ProEar 2000 mask!!!!
There is no water there.

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#6781 - 05/15/01 05:40 AM Re: Diver Entertainment Systems
Toothpickman Offline
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Registered: 03/08/01
Posts: 116
Iwouldn't mind trying an underwater music system, but I really enjoy the quiet and natural sounds underwater, but maybe thats just me.

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#6782 - 05/15/01 06:54 AM Re: Diver Entertainment Systems
HMan Offline
avid diver

Registered: 05/07/01
Posts: 14
Loc: Hofit, Israel
Actually, This is all a myth, The next time you are down enjoying a nice dive pay attention to the quiet and what you hear are bubbles, a lot of bubbles blowing past your ears!!! the silence is the sound of bubbles my friend, would't a nice mellow music sound track be better?

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#6783 - 05/15/01 02:20 PM Re: Diver Entertainment Systems
Toothpickman Offline
veteran

Registered: 03/08/01
Posts: 116

Actually it is NOT a myth I said natural sounds underwater, that to a scubadiver IS a natural sound. Also for quiet there is also rebreather. I know there are bubble sounds but that is of no consequence. It is nice and quiet relaxing and all.


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#6784 - 05/16/01 08:08 PM Re: Diver Entertainment Systems
TexasMike Offline
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Registered: 05/02/01
Posts: 301
quote:
Originally posted by HMan:
Hey Guys,
There is only one obvious solution.
Putting the speakers in the ear cups of the ProEar 2000 mask!!!!
There is no water there.

Methinks we have a ProEar sales rep in our midst

--TexasMike (who would like to try one of these masks some day.


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