Suffolk in the City: Sono

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November 12, 2013, 8:32 am
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(NECN) – There's a new sound neutralizing device in the works called “Sono.”

It’s supposed to mute outside noise from an indoor space.

Our Suffolk in the City Student Reporter Yasmine Julmisse took to the streets of Boston to find out if people would actually use the device.

The device turns your window into a noise-canceling wall, allowing the level of volume you wish to set and what sound you want to filter.

Some people said that they would use the device, but some people are used to the sounds and said they wouldn’t use it.

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