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New iHear Provides Voice Amplification, Hands-Free Calls, Speaker Phone and Music for Agents’ Cars

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RISMEDIA, August 21, 2007—iHear announces it has introduced a new 3-in-1 audio tool created for the cars of busy real estate agents on the go. Handy iHear broadcasts your voice through your car speakers, using a microphone headset that is included. The company says passengers in the back seat can hear the driver clearly, so there’s no need to take your eyes off the road, turn your head or raise your voice to carry on a conversation. According to the company, iHear makes the overall driving experience safer and easier. It also reduces clutter and saves money by eliminating the need for two separate products — a hands-free cell phone and iPod or MP3 transmitter.

This device from Cool & Useful Products creates voice amplification, plays music from iPod or other music player, makes cell phones hands-free and allows speaker calls so passengers can engage in three-way calls or listen to recorded property descriptions.

The innovative iHear has been greeted with enthusiasm by real estate professionals across the country. According to Peter Murphy, Boston -based sales agent and developer, “iHear makes it more pleasant for customers to ride with me, because they can clearly hear me while I drive. The cell phone headset is extremely convenient and lets me put calls through the speakers so everyone in the car can take part in the conversation.”

Dawn Fitzgerald, a business owner, said, “It’s great for taking clients on tour, and for driving my kids. I don’t have to turn around for my kids to hear me. I use it often for hands-free conference calls while I am driving safely. My husband loves to plug in his iPod and cell phone and I like fact that we have a lot less clutter in the car.”

Best of all, according to those who have tried the product, iHear is easy to use. Just plug in the microphone headset, and cell phone and music player using the connectors that are included. You can also use iHear for any of its features alone.

Find any open radio station on your radio and set the matching number on the iHear display by simply pressing the button. One tap of the finger lets you change from talking to music to phone.

iHear is a great tool for real estate professionals and a unique gift for clients. Sleek and attractive, it is about the size of a PDA.

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