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Title of the Invention Personal Audio Ear Number System +1) A first and a second small size for
generating an audible sound in response to an electrical signal human power over a personal
audio listening system worn by an individual listener An audio speaker, a device for coupling the
first and second audio speakers described above to the telegraph input source, and each of the
first and second audio speakers on the upper r near the listener's neck and shoulders A support
device surrounding and supporting the lower ear of the elderly, and the above-mentioned
support device is provided with a flexible day, which is one day of the neck of the lesser and +
11th person. And surrounding the side, and additionally, according to the body shape of the
loser's neck and shoulder and by the above-mentioned first and second audio speakers, the
townspeople are noise radiation and listeners' buds By conduction through 1 Personal audio #i
distributed system and it t- features adapted to said audio speaker all supported by 1ks like to be
transmitted to the ear corresponding Tosha.
2, the scope of claims
3 Detailed Description of the Invention The present invention relates to an audio credit scattering
system worn by individual listeners. In particular, the present invention is directed to a personal
audio listener system used by individual listeners around the neck without disturbing the arm's
fortune and without significantly reducing the listener's listening to the ambient sound. There is
also a headphone type device as a conventional listening system which enables an O listener to
support a sound source of audio sound such as music. The main drawbacks of headphone-type
systems are that it is uncomfortable and inconvenient to use the device over the neck, it limits
the intense activity that will cause the headphones to be removed, the apparent sound source is
w4 of the listener It is unrealistic audio reproduction to be heard as being in the club. Such nonai1! Playback is very clear during headphone playback of stereograms. From a safety point of
view, headphones generally contain an 11Fll signal, but the listener will hear Yt * when listening
to ambient noise, and in the event of an accident it provides a source of injury to the listener's
head , I have a machi 性 t-. In these states, the danger of such dangers makes it a violation for the
driver of the car to use headphones. The related conventional F # can be found in the field of
portable intercommunication devices, and for portable electronic communication devices due to
the need for sound reproduction in various situations such as police emergency and emergency
imitation lfI is in progress. Examples of such mutuals: A Shin niece can be found in U.S. Patent
Nos. 5,114,105 and 5,570,256. Such mutual 11! (1) As a drawback of the signal attachment, it is
generally considered to be the use of a component that provides acceptable playback of sound
only within the preemptive audio frequency range and that it is generally best for the use of a
microphone It is mentioned that the reproduction of music is unsatisfactory due to the
Transdeusara arrangement of various devices. Therefore, it is clear that such intercommunication
devices are generally unsatisfactory for the purpose of music appreciation. In addition, the
traditional EndPage: 2 portable intercommunication device consists of a strap, a complex strap
and hardware to hold the transducer close to the wearer's mouth for easy detection of the
wearer's sound. Use A common disadvantage of the above-described prior art devices is that they
generally require specially manufactured parts such as molded r-molded earpieces, and the
manufacturing cost of the reclamation system is high.
Therefore, it is an object of the present invention to provide a personal audio listening system
that can be worn by individual listeners without having to wear any device on the head or ear.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a personal audio listening system that
allows the listener to hear the ambient sound clearly. Another object of the present invention is
to provide a personal audio listening system with excellent music reproduction. Another object of
the present invention is to provide a personal audio listening system which is worn by an
individual listener and which provides stereo sound reproduction in an excellent stereo illusion
state when the listening system is used for a stereophonic source. . Another object of the present
invention is to provide a personal audio listening system that can be worn by a listener while
engaging in various intense activities requiring unobstructed use of the listener's arms and head.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a personal audio listening system in which
the listener is not disturbed by complex straps and clasps. Another object of the invention is to
provide a personal audio listening system which can be easily manufactured at low cost. The
object of the invention and other objects are achieved according to the invention by providing a
listening system worn by the listener around the neck. This system has first and second
transformers that are placed on the listener's shoulders and flexible around the seat and body
side of the listener's neck, supported in the day and responsive to electrical audio manpower.
Including yousa. Are each of these transducers flexible in the F direction of the corresponding
ear, near the listener's neck and shoulders? It will be worn within the day. Is the electrical audio
signal image coupled to the transducer, which is support? May be outside of the day. For
example, do you support audio sources? It can also be installed on or supported by some other
device. Support all or six of the electronic components of the audio source coupled to the
speakers? It can also be worn within the day. The audio electrical signal source may be a stereo
source and is suitably connected to the loudspeaker. One embodiment of the present invention
provides support with a device that allows the loudspeaker to be positioned in at least two
positions in order to bring the loudspeaker closer to the listener's ear. According to an
embodiment of the present invention, a stereo illusion is obtained in one embodiment of the
present invention because a distributed sound is reproduced which is completely different from
the local sound in conventional headphones.
Furthermore, in the disclosed listening system, the speaker is placed near the listener's neck and
shoulder when it is being worn, so that the sound transmission through the listener's shoulder,
neck, and fist is generated. The stereo effect is enhanced in order to obtain an advantageous use
of Various objects, advantages and features of the present invention will be readily apparent to
those skilled in the art from the accompanying drawings and the detailed description below. FIG.
1 shows the basic elements of a personal audio listening system 1o. The system 10 # 'i, the
flexible support comprises a day 11 and the loudspeaker 13.15, which support is audibly
mounted in the day. The details of the final structure for mounting the speakers in the support
11 will be described later with reference to FIG. The system 10 further includes a flexible
connector wire 17 which may be suitably coiled to extend to the desired length. A terminally
engageable connector 19 is connected to the free end of the connector wire 17, which may be a
portable connector for receiving stereo signals. For example, 7 onogrags of the willow type can
be used. The support is provided with an electrical coupling wire 21 in the EndPage: 3.11, which
is suitably connected between the connector wire 17 and the speaker 17.19. Support is
distributed over the form of the listener's neck and shoulders to provide adequate support for
day 11 #Li, speakers 13.15, light weight, durability and strength, ease of cleaning, comfort when
worn It can be made of a combination of various materials that achieve the desirable feature of
sufficient flexibility. For example, the outer support of f-11 may be wear resistant and flexible
denim, nylon, vinyl or other material. In the outer cover, some material must be placed which
gives support the shape of Day 11 and which gives the listener the comfort of wearing. Examples
of such materials are butterfly, molded flexible plastic, flame / wood, fiber / wood, support wire.
The support 11 shown in FIG. 1 has downwardly extending portions which are joined together to
form a closed loop over the listener's chest. The downwardly extending part is connected by
means of a safety releasable 71 snub 28 and is shown in this fastener diagram as a web snare f7
asuna. However, zipper 7 or cloth 7 Asuna marketed under the trade name "Perclo" may be used.
Of course, support is not necessary for Day 11 to have a part that extends downward, listener O!
It is possible to form a small loop in the case of IlO. Furthermore, the support may be U-shaped
without having to be a closed loop. Figure 2 shows one way of using a listening system 1G with
an external audio signal source to 11% of one listening system 10 worn on the listener's neck f +
j system, speakers 18.16, each speaker Audio signal source 111 company band leather 118, as
the support is mounted in the day 11 substantially in a manner such that it rests substantially
below the listener's corresponding end and substantially near the listener's neck and shoulders.
To the listener's body properly. Audio signal source 111 receives connector 19. This signal
source is, for example, a barge FM stereo source, a cassette grader, or an M52. As is apparent
from one party, each of the speakers 18.16 degrades the environment of the reproduced stereo
reproduction, in order to obtain the optimum mass reproduction, in particular the stereo
reproduction, and the environment of the reproduced stereo reproduction is degraded. It is
obvious that it should be located close to the corresponding ear for the limit without causing a
condition. The third shows how the speakers 1g, 15 are positioned in the support meso-1'l in
order to obtain the desired reproduction quality. The speakers 1B, 15a, respectively, are covered
by a chat screen 25.27. These burial screen lines are acoustically moderately flexible gold,
grasnack or ginseng soNil material's. In order to provide the listener's comfort and measure 1 m
counter and to maintain the position of the respective speakers 18.16, a force of 18 and 1111+,
respectively. Is provided. Of course, to raise the speaker 13.15 to get close to the ear, increase
the amount of gutter 29.31 or use z4 grit material which maintains the form like foam or plum It
would also be possible. 9. It is possible to negotiate the material, the amount of material, the
position of the material so as to direct the respective speaker cones to the desired direction of
the respective ear. Note that the speaker cones of each speaker 13.15 should be pointed slightly
outward away from the true of each of the required Ni expressions that are correctly directed
towards the listener's respective ear It does not. Since the distance between the lower part of the
listener's neck and the listener's ear is fairly short, even if it is positioned outward as described
above, it does not degrade the received sound into a substantial-and is still excellent. It will
produce sound reproduction.
Care must be taken that if the loudspeakers are correctly pointed towards the respective 4 '' and
the loudspeakers 13.15 are placed close together, the Δ power required to drive the
loudspeakers 13.15 is reduced. Therefore, it would be advantageous to adapt the speaker dosing
to EndPage: 4. FIG. 4 is a partial side view of the listening system of FIG. 1, with the relative
position of the loudspeaker 13 to the corresponding listener's ear! Outlined. FIG. 5 shows a
special mounting arrangement that allows the listener to selectively position the speakers within
the day in support of the personal listening system. The support shown in FIG. 1 is the same
flexible support as the day 11 shown in FIG. In the support is provided a substrate 35.37, which
is suitably hinged to the movable loudspeaker plate stb, 41. Sugelinder 43.45 is used to bias
movable plates 39 and 4i away from substrate 35.37, respectively. Spring 43.45 Fi coil spring
may be a four-plate serge ring, but it could be made of any material with sufficient elasticity. A
speaker 47.49 is attached to a movable plate 39.41 and this plate 39.41 has a wire screen or! It
can be a rigid plate made of a plastic screen or with an opening for the speakers 47.49. Such
openings are covered with a protective screen. Under the substrate 35.37 there is a support 1
'51.53, and for the comfort and safety of this more note listeners support is also provided on
other parts of the day 33 . The structure including the movable plate 39.41 and the
corresponding speaker 47.49 can be positioned, if desired, in a lowered position close to the
respective substrate 35.37 (dotted lines in FIG. 5) As shown), the support is provided with
fasteners 55. 57 outside the day. Fasteners 55. 57-may be snap fasteners 4 or flexible fasteners
sold under the brand name "Velcro". Although not shown, a short dinosaur mother could be used
to allow selective positioning of the speakers 47.49. The advantage provided by the listening
system of FIG. 5 is that the control of the acoustic radiation is improved, the speakers 47.49 are
close to each listener's ear! It is also possible to choose to place the Suf-force 47.49 in the
lowered position if the required power is low and the upper position is disturbing or dangerous
or inconvenient.
FIG. 6 shows a listening system 30 similar to the system 10 shown in FIG. 1, but including the
additional feature of attaching an audio source 59 at the end of the lower part of the support-de61. . The audio source may be any commercially available audio source, such as an FM stereo
radio or cassette player. The position of the thrust force 63, 67 is shown in outline with the
electrical coupling wire 69. Of course, the 61 El system 30 can include the selectively
positionable speaker features shown in FIG. An auxiliary strap (not shown) could be used to
stabilize the audio source on the listener's chest. Although FIG. 6 shows a particular arrangement
which respects the audio source 59 above the lower part of the support f day 61, it will be
appreciated by those skilled in the art that other positions are possible for the attachment of the
audio source 59. It will be easily understood. As mentioned above, the lower extending portion of
the support f-day 61 may be unnecessary in a construction where the support f-day is a small
luda that encloses nearby as it has the circumference of the listener's neck. FIG. 7 shows a
personal listening system 40 which allows the support to support all or part of the electronic
components of the audio signal source in the data 71. The support of the 2Ill speaker 73.75 is
supported in the same manner as shown in FIG. Of course, positionable speaker structures as
shown in FIG. 5 may be incorporated into the system 40 shown in FIG. The support 71 includes
an inner support structure, such as a high-tension outer frame or a plastic or wire, as described
above with respect to the rate system 10 shown in FIG. 1, and Δ rad. Reference numeral 77
denotes the same numbered outline as the position within the support f at which the electronic
components for the audio source are located. The parts of the audio source are the parts of that
part! It is clear that S may be distributed within Day 71, and the rest may be such that the
support is outside Day. External parts supported like the system shown in Figure 2, EndPage: 56?
Can be combined with the data 71 and the internal parts 77. For example, the mechanical drive
portion of the audio tube system can be located outside of the support member 71, and the
electronic portion such as the penetrator can have the support mounted within it. Although not
shown, it will be readily understood by those skilled in the art from the above description,
although not shown, using the arrangement of parts relative to the audio source in the support fd
While the above has described and illustrated preferred specific embodiments of the present
invention, those skilled in the art will recognize many variations within the scope of the present
4 Brief Description of Drawing 11! i! 1 is a perspective view showing an embodiment of the
listening system of the present invention, wherein the support shows the position of the data and
the speaker at t. FIG. 2 shows the system of FIG. 1 being worn by the listener and the audio signal
source being properly supported by the listener in a bandage. FIG. 3 shows the listening stem
0IFrIilr diagram, showing support for the listener's shoulders, neck and heel relative to the
speaker's relative fishing position within the day. FIG. 4 is a partial side view of the listening
system of the present invention showing the position of the loudspeaker relative to the
corresponding ear. FIG. 5 is a partial cross-sectional view of a personal audio listening system in
accordance with the present invention showing an external audio source in which the support for
selectively positioning the speakers in at least two positions is attached to the data. Fig. 7 shows
a personal audio listening system according to the invention of the invention, wherein the
support indicates the position in the day where electronic components of the audio source can be
accommodated. ··· Audio listening system, 11 ··· Support day, 13.15 ··· Speaker 1 (7 ···
connector wire, 19 ··· connector, 21 ··· coupling Wire, 23 ... Fastener, 25.27 ... Safety screen,
29.31 ... Pad, 33 · · Support? Day, 35.37 ... board, 39.41 ... speaker board, 43.45 ... spring, 47.49
... speaker, 51.53 ...) mother's toe, 55.57 ... Fasteners 59 Audio source 61 Support force day 63.
67 Speakers 69 Coupling wire 71 Support day 73. 75 Force, 111 ... audio signal source, 113 ...
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