Technology in Long Distance Relationships
Long distance relationships can be tough. However, technology offers us more and more ways to stay connected to our loved ones when we are apart. Our phones help us stay connected. There’s the “good morning” text, the workout selfie, and even app games to play with one another. The most meaningful way to connect with your long distance partner, though, is by hearing their voice.
According to a study explained in a CNN article, people spend an average of 58 minutes a day on their phones. “Even with all the bells, whistles, and apps,” the study found, “the biggest chunk of that time is spent talking on the phone.”
In long distance relationships, time spent talking on the phone spikes. Since the opportunity to connect in person is diminished, talking on the phone often replaces the time a couple would have spent together.
Hearing it All AND Having it All
It can be easy, in long distance relationships, to become attached to your phone and begin losing touch with the people and places right in front of you. In an effort to stay connected to your loved one, you can begin to become disconnected from the sounds and voices that are beyond your phone.
Lucid Audio gets it. And with our technology, you have the power of AND. You can stay connected to your loved one AND stay connected to your surroundings.
Sound amplification technology allows you to talk on the phone during your evening stroll, on the bus, or during a meal, all while letting in all of the sounds around you. You can control the volume of the voice on the phone line along with the ambient sounds around you.
This is not only a convenience, it’s also a good safety measure. With so much time spent talking on the phone, it would be easy to miss a car’s horn, a baby’s cries at the park, or the kitchen timer at home without Lucid Audio’s unique technology. Allowing ambient noise in gives you (and your loved one) peace of mind when you talk on the phone. The headphones also allow you to stay present in the moment, absorbing the sounds that surround you, along with the voice of the person you miss.
At last, you can hear it all AND you can have it all.