People who want to get rid of all their annoying air conditioning and heating vents have a new tool on their hands: a pump that produces an audible, bubbly sound when activated.
The sound comes from a pair of vacuum pump motors, one of which can be connected to a sub-woofer.
If the sub-bass is low, the pump will turn up the volume, while the subwoofer will amplify the sound.
The pump is rated for 30,000 hours of continuous operation.
The idea behind the sound generator is to help you avoid the annoyance of blowing your own air out.
The device is actually a pair that uses a vacuum compressor to pump air through a small water pump.
The subwoofers act as amplifiers.
The sound generator also provides a boost to the subbass, which helps to make the sound even more noticeable.
A company called Aventis announced the product earlier this month.
The company claims it is the first vacuum pump that can be controlled with a smartphone.
It will cost $300.
The product will only work on one outlet at a time.
Aventi said the pump was designed to be installed on the top of a home, and it has no external connections.
The company has been working on a product for a long time.
In 2011, a vacuum motor was unveiled.
The unit is not new, but the fact that this one is being developed in a new and innovative way suggests that there is a lot more to come.