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A Word in Your Ear!

Written by Don on Thursday, 10 March 2016. Posted in Primasonics Blog

A Word in Your Ear!

What a wonderful device our ear is, a complex structure which converts pressure fluctuations (sound waves) in the main manner by which we communicate with each other. Let me give you a brief outline of how this ingenious mechanism operates.

The Protection of Sonic Sound

Written by Don on Tuesday, 19 January 2016. Posted in Primasonics Blog

The Protection of Sonic Sound

When I was young our annual family holiday was a week in a boarding house in Newcastle, County Down (where the Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea!).

Hitting the Perfect Note

Written by Don on Tuesday, 19 January 2016. Posted in Primasonics Blog

Hitting the Perfect Note

There are many models of trumpet around, some mass produces whilst others are the result of years of painstaking design, superior manufacture and of course played by a real virtuoso. However how can a budding trumpet player determine whether he has spent his hard earned cash on a middle of the road, mass produces instrument or on a top quality trumpet which is not only designed and built to a very high standard but which also provides top quality performance every time? Not an easy question to answer unless one can call upon the services from a really top trumpet player whose ear is so finely tuned that he can select and guarantee the very finest instrument. One such quality trumpet is the Bach Stradivarius.

Cool Horn – Red Hot Performance

Written by Don on Tuesday, 17 November 2015. Posted in Primasonics Blog

Cool Horn – Red Hot Performance

I was thinking of how I could link our innovative range of Sonic Soot Blowers with some of my favourite film stars and in the end the answer was simple - Bix Beiderbecke!

SONIC SOOT BLOWER v THE ‘EARTHLY’ METEOROIDS

Written by Don on Friday, 21 August 2015. Posted in Primasonics Blog

SONIC SOOT BLOWER v THE ‘EARTHLY’ METEOROIDS

There has been much excitement lately concerning the nightly meteorite 'show'. Personally I'm never able to stay up that late and those who did in my locality did not obtain such a good show as other areas. These meteors are caused by streams of cosmic debris called meteoroids entering Earth's atmosphere at extremely high speed. The majority are smaller than a grain of sand, so almost all of them disintegrate and never hit the Earth's surface. What we have seen lately has been intense or unusual meteor showers known as meteor outbursts and meteor storms. These may produce greater than 1,000 meteors an hour.

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