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Crowdsourcing Mornings: Ultimate Zero-Compromise Total-Wireless Earphones

This is Crowdsourcing Mornings! This post takes place every weekday morning and highlights one crowdsourcing project I liked from Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or other crowdsourcing websites.

Crisp, Dynamic Sound with Graphene Technology developed by Electronics Research Lab and audio engineers from MIT.  ERL earbuds are engineered to stay comfortably in your ears during your workout. The in-ear tips are designed to spread the contact evenly around the insides of your ear, offering an unmatched combination of comfort and stability. And you can focus on reaching new heights in your workouts.  Graphene is a wafer-like thin layer of carbon, and it is the thinnest compound, the lightest, the strongest and the best conductor of electricity. ERL drivers utilize graphene coated diaphragms that vibrate to generate precision sound with ultra high fidelity.

Unbreakable Bluetooth connection presented by Electronics Research Lab (with top audio and antenna engineers from MIT). Instant 0.5 second BlueTooth pairing with your phone or other compatible music devices.  They focused on details that make ERL earphones stand out. They fully optimize the antenna design with patented technology from MIT to maximize Bluetooth® signal strength. No skips. No drops. No compromise.  ERL earbuds play for up to 4 hours off of a single charge, long enough to power you through almost any workout. The included charging case offers an extra 40 hours music playback while on-the-go. A quick 15 minutes charging will give you another 45 minutes music playback.

As of December 28th, this project has raised $11,000 of their $3,000 goal. This project has 12 days left to raise the $5,000 or it will not be funded! For a pledge of $49, you will get one pair of earphones.  For a pledge of $98, you will get two pairs of earphones.  To learn more and to pledge money, go to:–2#/


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  1. Hey,

    This campaign is a total scam. Please visit this webpage:

    These guys from Spain are selling this exactly same product since June 2017. ERL is a scam and they are reaching almost 300k lying and telling bullshit about MIT engineers and so on. It is ridiculous how easy is to create an Indiegogo campaing and earn a lot of money by lying.



  2. ERL is a fraud company, I saw the same earbuds (as Eric said in the other comment) from a company called dotts that starting selling them in June of last year. you can see their website here: Right now they launched a pop up on their website announcing the fraud. hope you don’t give this “company” more advertising as they are liers that only want to take the money from people without being interested in the customer.