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Richard HasseyBy Richard Hassey
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Richard HasseyBy Richard Hassey
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    1. Richard Hassey Creator on

      Here's an example of the benefits to an upgradable Television Commercial Silencer keeping up with new technologies: "Bluetooth Smart, also called Bluetooth Low Energy, is used to connect an Android phone or tablet to a device." With this emerging new Bluetooth technology, the Silencer could automatically detect and configure new audio devices that are near it.

    2. Richard Hassey Creator on

      The complication is inside the device not in its use. The device disrupts the power to the audio system (any audio system one chooses) and does not utilize infrared. --Both of said makes this device different from hitting mute on a standard TV remote control. That's not all, however, this device will have built in WiFi to enable one's smartphone as the remote control. Bluetooth on board or via dongle will allow connecting Bluetooth speakers or any Bluetooth enabled audio device for streaming, up stream and down stream. E.g. Streaming music from one's smartphone to the device or connecting a Bluetooth enabled TV directly to the device. The firmware of the device will be upgradeable as well as the smartphone APP to keep up with changing technologies and adding additional features. The possibilities are endless! There are http://nomoretelevisioncommercials.com

    3. Mikkel Inumineq on

      I applaud the pioneering spirit in the invention of a "physical adblocker" - but I do have some questions:

      a) How does this device actually work - does it block soundwaves, electrical currents, datafiltering? I am not an engineer - but i'm no stranger to advanced tech either. I really can't figure it out.

      b) In your opinion - why is it smarter than a simple mute button on the remote control? It seems rather complicated in comparison - or is it only me?

      Sincerely,
      Mikkel