CAMPBELL, Calif., Dec. 1 Last month on a prominent nationally syndicated radio show, Dr. Rafael Pelayo, Associate Professor at the Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic at Stanford University School of Medicine, recommended the Ecotones Duet Sleep Sound Machine as part of a healthy sleep plan for people trying to achieve a better night's sleep with minimal use of drugs.
"Background noise is a problem for people when they are sleeping," said Dr. Pelayo. "There are a lot of 'dumb' sound machines out there that just play constant noise in an attempt to cover up these disruptions. The new Ecotones Duet from Adaptive Sound Technologies, Inc. (ASTI) responds to sudden background disturbances by adjusting its sound output to better mask the noise. For some people, the improved sound masking seems to help them sleep better."
The Ecotones Duet's patented Adaptive Sound Technology(TM) adjusts volume and dynamically mixes complementary sounds into the main sound track in response to background disturbances. This ensures a continuously relaxing environment regardless of the surrounding noise. The Ecotones Duet's high quality sound recordings create the most realistic and natural sounding environment that minimizes sleep disruptions. As intrusive noises subside, the Ecotones Duet gradually and automatically returns to normal levels. A demo of Adaptive Sound Technology is available on the web at http://www.ecotones.com/sound-demo.php
Priced at an MSRP of $149.95 and backed by a 30-day, money-back guarantee, the Ecotones Duet is an affordable solution for people looking to sleep more soundly at night. For more information about the Ecotones Duet or to purchase, visit www.ecotones.com.
About Rafael Pelayo, MD
Rafael Pelayo, M.D., is a father of two and an associate professor at the Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic at Stanford University School of Medicine. He has been on Stanford Faculty and Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic staff since 1994. He has a B.S. in biology from the University of Puerto Rico. He attended medical school at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, NY. Dr. Pelayo completed residency training in child neurology in New York in 1993, then went on to a fellowship in sleep disorders medicine at Stanford University.
Dr. Pelayo is board-certified in sleep medicine and previously certified in pediatric medicine. He has served as chair of the Sleep Disorders Research Advisory Board for the National Institutes of Health. He also previously chaired the pediatric interest section of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Dr. Pelayo has served on Adaptive Sound Technologies' Technical Advisory Board since March 2009.
About Adaptive Sound Technologies, Inc.
Silicon Valley-based Adaptive Sound Technologies, Inc. (ASTI) develops, manufactures and markets products to help people sleep better. ASTI's Adaptive Sound Technology is a patented method of automatically adapting audio playback based on the specific audio characteristics of the surrounding environment. This unique innovation provides real time response to background disturbances for superior sound masking performance.
ASTI has integrated its Adaptive Sound Technology into the Ecotones family of Adaptive Sound Machines, enabling consumers to mask unwanted background noises in order to relax and sleep better at night. All Ecotones products are designed to provide the highest quality audio and performance of any sound machine available.
For more information, visit ASTI on the web at http://www.ecotones.com
Ecotones is a registered trademark of Adaptive Sound Technologies, Inc.
SOURCE Adaptive Sound Technologies, Inc.