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Fall asleep naturally while on the road with the SOUND+SLEEP nomad. The nomad is a portable sound machine that creates high-quality, natural sound compositions to treat your body to a night of deep, restorative sleep without the use of medication. Featuring an upward-facing speaker for full-room, high-quality sound, a choice of six relaxing sound categories, and a compact design, the nomad delivers rich audio that automatically adjusts in response to background noise and other distractions.
The SOUND+SLEEP nomad offers forty-eight distinct sound profiles.
Only 2-1/2 inches tall, the compact nomad is ideal for travel. View larger.
The upward-facing speaker gives you full-room, ultra high-quality sound.
Ideal for hotel rooms, bedrooms, or the office, the SOUND+SLEEP nomad offers forty-eight (48) distinct sound profiles that are engineered to promote relaxation, deeper sleep, and a sense of renewal for the day ahead. Unlike other white noise sound machines, nomad dynamically mixes together naturally recorded sounds to produce SoundStories. And because each SoundStory is composed in real time from nomad's comprehensive library of high-definition sounds, you'll never hear the same composition twice.
Drift off to sleep listening to the soothing sounds of a brook, rainfall, the ocean, a cascading waterfall, or a meadow (eight versions of each). The nomad also offers white noise, pink noise, brown noise, and electric fan sounds.
Utilizing Adaptive Sound technology, nomad listens and responds to the background sounds in your environment and automatically adjusts the volume of the machine to mask disruptive ambient noise. Four richness settings add depth and complexity by creating additional layers of sound.
Only 2-1/2 inches tall, the compact nomad is ideal for travel and easily fits in a purse, carry-on, or briefcase. For versatility, it can be operated using two AA batteries (not included), an AC adapter, or a USB cable. The power adapter comes with a North American dual spade plug, so all you need is a plug adapter to take the nomad on your international travels.
The nomad is easy to operate, with one-touch volume controls and display lights that can be turned on or off. You can play the nomad all night or use the sleep timer for gradual turn-off in 30, 60, or 90 minutes.
For convenience, the nomad houses a 3.5-millimeter audio input so you can listen to music and movies from other audio sources, such as your MP3 player, smartphone, or laptop. (NOTE: The Sleep Timer works in External Mode also)
The SOUND+SLEEP nomad measures 2-1/2 by 4-6/10 by 5-4/10 inches (H x W x D) and weighs 1 pound.
Started in 2008 by entrepreneur Sam Nicolino, Adaptive Sound Technologies, Inc. sought to develop a product that would help people sleep soundly without the assistance of over-the-counter sleep aids or prescriptions. Armed with an extensive engineering background in the Silicon Valley, his musical ability, and some co-conspirator band mates that also share his engineering background, Sam set out to develop a sound machine that redefines the science of sleep.
SOUND+SLEEP nomad, power adapter, audio cable, USB cable, and user guide.
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Hands down, the best sound-sleep machine I have owned, and I have probably had at least six or seven. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Charles E. Jeffries
Bought this for travel. Volume was too low and turned off at some point during the night.
Ended up using my iPhone and white noise app instead
A fabulous product. Made well, works great, looks great, and does the job. Highly recommended.Published 29 days ago by Nina Morrison
I've only had this for 2 or so months... When it is on and working it's great, but the power cord broke almost right away so I have to fuss with it in order to get it to turn on... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Phoebe Sturges
This was a Christmas gift. It worked for 1 month. Very expensive for a cheaply made product. I have seen other reports of this machine breaking down quickly. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Barbara Kernen