We’ve all been there in way form or another. You’re watching a TV program or perhaps your favorite sport when the commercials come on, blaring at a volume seemingly 10-times higher than it should be, and you quickly scramble for your remote before you blow out your speakers (and your hearing). Or, particularly with sporting events, you’ll have that crowd noise issue where it essentially drowns out the commentators—perhaps to your liking (I'm lookin’ at you Joe Buck…), but it’s clear that something is not coming through as it should.
Now, consumers have a solution to that inconsistent TV audio problem with AfterMaster TV, a device that eliminates distorted and inconsistent sound levels while raising audio quality levels at the same time. The device, which works on virtually all televisions, is a box that is not much bigger than an iPhone. It connects to the user’s TV through HDMI ports between an A/V source and the television.
Currently active as a Kickstarter campaign, the developers of the device said it “breathes life back into sound by restoring the integrity of audio as it was originally created.” According to the developers of the device, AfterMaster TV delivers