Earzz: The Ultimate iPhone-Compatible Smart Home Sound Recognition Sensor for Improved Listening Convenience

Cupertino, August 24, 2023

Funded through Kickstarter in 2022, the Earzz Smart Home Monitor had some pretty lofty goals. Using a speaker and some smart AI technology, it promised the ability to listen to sounds in the home, identify them correctly and alert you to what they are. Now, just one year later, it comes to the market without any compromise.

If you're hard of hearing or just get lost in the music you're listening to, this is an excellent way to know if your doorbell has actually rung. A more useful smart home The Earzz Home Companion can be placed anywhere in the home and is designed to pick up very specific sounds. From launch, it can pick up 15 unique sounds, such as the whistling of a kettle, the beep of an appliance, the buzzer of a door and the sounds of a crying baby. The full list so far is:

  • Alarm Beep
  • Alarm Bell
  • Device Beep
  • Baby Cry
  • Buzzer
  • Cat Meow
  • Child Sound
  • Cough
  • Dog Barking
  • Doorbell
  • Kettle Whistle
  • Knock
  • Siren
  • Snoring
  • Water Flowing

If you find yourself living in a neighborhood with a particularly loud dog, you can turn off notifications for certain sounds, giving you the freedom to pick up just the sounds you want. With an iOS app, you can have notifications sent directly to your iPhone or even your Apple Watch. It could pair particularly well with some of the best HomeKit devices. This works particularly well for people with hearing problems. If you find yourself constantly missing sounds and worry that the Amazon package has already arrived, this should relieve some of that stress.

We don't have confirmation of the range on the site, but Earzz recommends placing them close to the sound so other sounds don't interfere with the device. With a launch offer, you'll need a monthly subscription of £7.99 (about $10) to buy the Earzz Home Monitor, but get your first monitor as part of this subscription. You can then add additional monitors for £79.99 (around $100) each. This comes with a guaranteed prize slot for the future and the promise of more sounds over time. Being powered by AI, Earzz will only get better the more you use them. The Earzz Home Monitor prioritizes user privacy and only recognizes sounds and not speech. It only listens in two-second bursts and instantly deletes any recordings that don't contain relevant sounds. You can pick up your own Earzz Home Monitor right now.

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