HearAtLast's Hearing Store Clinics offer "The QSound EarBud" across Canada

HearAtLast Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: HRAL), a leading provider of suitable affordable solutions to clients with hearing needs in the billion dollar hearing loss market, announced today the exclusive offering of the "The QSound EarBud" throughout its Hearing Store Clinics located across Canada.

The new QSound is based on the same miniature in ear platform as the Q Exsilent Hearing Aid, the worlds smallest Programmable Assistive Listening Device or CIC Hearing Aid, both available exclusively through HearAtLast in Canada.

"The Addition of the QSound to our EarBud offering is in response to a multitude of concerned iPod/MP3 wearers who want hi-fidelity at an affordable price only $99.00 per pair, without over amplification that tends to lead towards long-term hearing loss," states Matthew Sacco, President and CEO of HearAtLast Holdings, Inc.

"The New design is actually smaller in diameter that the Q ExSilent ALD/CIC device, it incorporates a extremely comfortable playable set of mushroom domes that actually fits the ear canal properly without discomfort or a full occluded sensation," claims Sacco. The revolutionary design also incorporates cerumen (wax) guards that keep the sound flowing naturally. The precision fit administered by HearAtLast clinicians, provides amazing background noise isolation without the need for masking, which makes it great for frequent flyers, metro users, active lifestyles or those who enjoy deeper bass.

Matthew Sacco further stated, "According to industry analysis and trends, the global MP3 player market is estimated to reach 286 million units by 2010. New research from In-Stat predicts the market will double in size in the next few years, from 140 million to 286 million and we want to have a product that will compliment this industry as MP3 users continue to search for better and affordable EarBuds for their players."


HearAtLast Holdings, Inc.


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