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Better Sleep Pays off with Ecotones Duet
Date:11/3/2009

e, the sleep deprived turn to over-the-counter and prescription drugs for help.

Ecotones and Ecotones Duet are non-invasive alternatives to medication. Utilizing unique and patented Adaptive Sound Technology, Ecotones products have none of the negative side-effects common with drugs, and offer superior quality sound and sound masking compared to basic white noise and sound machines.

Backed by a 30-day, money-back guarantee and a one-year limited warranty, Ecotones Duet, designed especially for help sleeping, is available now for an MSRP of $149.95. Priced at an MSRP of $299.95, Ecotones is a general- purpose sound machine designed for superior sound masking at home and work, and for help sleeping and relaxing. To buy Ecotones or Ecotones Duet, visit www.ecotones.com

About Ecotones Adaptive Sound Machines

The first sound machines designed from the ground up for sleep, Ecotones products have none of the negative side-effects common with drugs, nor the limitations of basic white noise machines. Featuring a large library of long, natural sound recordings and real-time sound composition, Ecotones products use a built-in computer and microphone to continuously "listen" for intruding noises such as barking dogs, automobiles, overhead airplanes, or loud roommates. In response, Ecotones dynamically adds complementary sounds and automatically adjusts volume to offer superior sound masking for neutralizing unwanted background noise. All that's left to hear is a soothing natural sound that minimizes disruptions that disturb or interrupt sleep. As intrusive noises subside, Ecotones gradually and automatically returns to normal playback settings.

Enclosed in a case designed to produce quality sound, high-quality speakers and proprietary, natural sound recordings, Ecotones products are simply the best quality sound machines available today. A demo of Adaptive Sound
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