Testing Volunteers Needed
Immediate opportunity for hearing impaired persons located in the Denver, Colorado area to participate in ongoing hearing restoration research.
Due to the overwhelming response to our recent open message to Brian Johnson of AC/DC, Asius Technologies has arranged last minute inclusion for eligible hearing impaired persons to participate in our studies this week at Asius Technologies' Longmont, Colorado laboratories just north of Denver and less than an hour from Denver International Airport..
Persons who suffer profound single-sided or binaural (both sided) deafness and who are unable to determine the location of sounds around them may call 720 204 2676 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the ADEL™ Bubble, which has gone through testing at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Come hear for yourself what all the excitement is all about.
We realize the last minute nature of this opportunity - which came most unexpectedly - but nevertheless allows us to include a limited number of all the people who have been contacting us since the release of Brian's authorized press statement.
"It works," Johnson says of Ambrose's ADEL™ hearing technology in an authorized statement. "It just totally works and you can't argue with that. It is moving and amazing to me to be able to hear music again like I haven't heard for several years now. I can't wait for its miniaturization so I can use it in every situation from normal communication, going out to noisy restaurants, [and] performing live music onstage.
If you live near or can get to Longmont, Colorado (Boulder County) and would like to participate, we will greatly appreciate your support of this study.