Naperville, IL, March 29, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Two leaders in the telecommunications industry, ClearSounds and AudioFils, have announced an exclusive partnership to make top-of-the-line amplified Bluetooth products available throughout France.
Headquartered in America, ClearSounds Communications has been at the forefront of the consumer electronics industry for over 30 years, specializing in Assistive Listening Devices and an array of other sound-enhancement products. Their award-winning amplified telephones, workplace solutions and cutting-edge Bluetooth devices have only been available in the United States and Canada—until now.
Based in France, AudioFils sells a variety of communication and accessibility solutions for the hearing-impaired. Always seeking new products that will add convenience and improve connectedness through communication, they saw a unique opportunity to expand their offerings to include ClearSounds’ state-of-the-art Bluetooth technology.
The partnership marks a turning point for the pair, providing each audio-focused company the prospect of expanding their reach to help more individuals with hearing loss than ever before: ClearSounds has branched out from the North American market, and AudioFils has introduced Bluetooth to their product inventory. Now available across France, the ClearSounds Bluetooth Portfolio features the best-selling Quattro 4.0 Adaptive Listening System as its keystone.
Designed by the award-winning David Wiener, this amplified sound enhancement system features stereo A2DP Bluetooth technology, a remote microphone for use in meetings and social situations, call waiting/Caller ID display, touchscreen button operation, walkie-talkie function, noise cancellation and more. The Quattro 4.0 system was created to be an elegant and discreet way for users to experience crystal-clear sound in any environment and can be used with or without hearing aids.
“We are thrilled to announce the availability of ClearSounds products in France and to be working with a company like AudioFils, who is so perfectly aligned with our goal of bringing better sound to every ear,” said Michele Ahlman, President & CEO of ClearSounds. “This is an incredible opportunity, and we hope that expanding to Europe will allow us to improve the daily lives of countless people by helping them move beyond any sound barriers they might currently be facing.”
From April 10-12, AudioFils will be showcasing various ClearSounds products at the Congrès national des audioprothésistes, a national congress of audioprosthologists. Sponsored by Le Syndicat national des audioprothésistes (UNSAF), the Congrès is being held at the Center of New Industries and Technologies (CNIT) in the La Dèfense district of Paris.
ClearSounds Communications, based in Naperville, Ill., is a privately-held, family-run and women-owned company that has been creatively, stylishly and economically meeting the needs of people with hearing loss for over 30 years. By designing, engineering, manufacturing, marketing, selling and distributing a complete line of communication, sound enhancement and audio products, ClearSounds is leading the way in cutting-edge technology for individuals with mild-to-moderate hearing loss and anyone seeking a remarkable sound experience. ClearSounds is a 2013 CES Innovation Award Honoree for Accessibility, Design & Engineering. Please visit http://www.clearsounds.com for more information.
AudioFils, based in Merignac, France, specializes in communication and accessibility solutions, particularly for the hearing-impaired. They strive to offer those with hearing loss the opportunity to stay connected through accessories that enable communication in work, home and travel environments. AudioFils provides solutions, technical support and sound advice across their areas of expertise, including personal solutions, guided system tours, accessible sound, simultaneous translation and intercom security. Please visit http://www.audiofils.com for more information.