PITTSBURGH, PA (PRWEB) November 30, 2017
Two inventors from Encino, Calif., have come up with a better way to listen to headphones. "One day I decided to insert my phone into my mouth and discovered that I could hear the sound better," said one inventor. "That’s when I had the idea for this invention."
The MOUTH PHONE enables a user to listen to music more easily and clearly. It improves the quality of the sound, as well as eliminates the need to wear conventional headphones.
Serving as an alternative to conventional headphones and ideal for the general population, the MOUTH PHONE promotes convenience and enjoyment.
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