Could THIS Invention Bring Brian Johnson Back To AC/DC?
(L) YouTube via 64 Audio, (R) i100rocks.com
Brian Johnson: Back In Black, And Back For Good?
The only thing more devastating than losing Brian Johnson from AC/DC is knowing that there’s nothing the frontman can do about the constant threat to his hearing…or is there? Inventor and AC/DC fan Stephen Ambrose of Asius Technologies seems to think so, and with the help of his latest invention the ADEL he’s ready to put it all on the line to get Brian back where he belongs: onstage.
Known as the Ambrose Diaphonic Ear Lens, the ADEL is a much improved take off of Ambrose’s original design on the wireless in-ear monitors commonly worn by performers today.
Ambrose, a lifelong fan of AC/DC, says that with the help of the National Health Foundation and 64 Audio his device better protects the ear but also allows sounds to be heard more clearly at lower volumes – which could save Brian’s hearing and his career as a performer. Imagine that – a technology that would not only allow Brian to get back onstage, but protect him from future hearing damage!
The footage below features real clients who have suffered significant hearing loss using the ADEL for the first time, and their emotional reactions to the technology allowing them to really hear again are absolutely amazing, so be sure to check it out.