• Adam Doud

Don thy Helm Featuring Eric Johnson, CEO of HELM audio



This week on the podcast is a very HELM-centric episode. HELM audio is an audio innovation company dedicated to removing barriers between you and your audio. Adam sits down with Eric Johnson, CEO of HELM Audio to talk about bringing earbuds to the masses, and specifically to first responders with a 50% discount. To pair with the interview, Adam reviews HELM audio's TW5 true wireless earbuds in a mini-review. These earbuds have two amazing qualities that you need to hear about.

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