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ScubaBadger
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Bose Sleepbuds™ II for learning purposes

Is there any experience with using Bose Sleepbuds™ II for learning purposes?

I've read in the past that audio learning while sleeping can help embed material, I don't know how true that is but if it is true - would these hold a few hours of musical materials?

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jonat
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Re: Bose Sleepbuds™ II for learning purposes

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Sleepbuds do not stream audio, nor can you upload your own audio. There is a fixed library of sounds. You cannot use Sleepbuds for this purpose.

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jonat
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Re: Bose Sleepbuds™ II for learning purposes

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Sleepbuds do not stream audio, nor can you upload your own audio. There is a fixed library of sounds. You cannot use Sleepbuds for this purpose.

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Re: Bose Sleepbuds™ II for learning purposes

Thanks, just confirmed that in the fAQ's.

What a big shame.

BOSE should think about the possibility of bringing out the first learning / education assist sleep buds.

I'd certainly buy into it...

Repetitive and subliminal learning while asleep is something I'd willingly try.