The television production industry is worth $30 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Despite challenges from the internet, television viewership remains high and is still growing.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) October 26, 2016
World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, introduces Sound Shield, a television invention that will redirect sound to help viewers.
“The television production industry is worth $30 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Despite challenges from the internet, television viewership remains high and is still growing."
“One common problem with television is that their speakers are always facing the ground so the sound travels downward and away from the viewers,” says Jerry Shapiro, Director of Manufacturing and World Patent Marketing Inventions. “This television invention fixes that by redirecting the sound where it should go.”
Sound Shield is a television invention that will make watching TV more enjoyable for its viewers. This invention fixes the problem of sound not going to the right place due to the location of the speakers on the TV. Speakers are often placed on the bottom front of the television, sometimes on the sides or even the back. This directs the sound towards the floor and away from the viewers. The Sound Shield is a device that goes underneath the television to redirect the sound the towards the viewers. It blocks the sound from going off to the floor and points it directly at the viewer, creating a fuller, louder, and more all-encompassing sound.
“Almost all TVs have the speakers mounted in the bottom of the TV,” says inventor Fred S. “This creates a problem for the listener due to the fact that most of the sound travels downward, out the back and the sides. My product enhances the sound towards the front and outwards. The dB gain is very noticeable and the volume settings on the TV are lower. As a TV service tech, this has been proven to customers in the past. This design fits all makes and models of flat screen TVs, with any type of stand design, and even adds a bit of style and class to wall-mounted TVs. This could be a feature on newer TVs, as a snap-on addition, not to mention the millions out already in the market."
Sound Shield is a television invention that attaches to a television to send any sound that’s going down and away from the viewers forward and towards them. This makes for a much more enjoyable and complete listening experience.
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