About this item
- Wilderness sound card provides the ease and convenience of adding your favorite sounds to any room
- Contains 6 digitally-recorded wilderness sounds — thunderstorm, loons, windstorm, forest rain, waterfall and bonfire
- Varying outdoor sounds bring the serenity of the wilderness into the comfort of your home
- Great for masking outdoor noise for a calming environment
This Wilderness Rain Forest Sound Card from Sound Oasis allows you to add six peaceful sounds of the outdoors to your sound therapy system. Infusing a room with authentic nature sounds, this Sound Oasis sound card blocks out unpleasant noises to create a peaceful atmosphere, allowing you to fall asleep easier, enhance concentration and embrace a more calming atmosphere in your home.
Weight: .33 pounds
Therapy Style: Sound
Sounds Generated: Thunder, Bird, Wind, Rain, Waterfall
Care and Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Features: Masks Noise, Multiple Sounds
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Item Number (DPCI): 037-08-1595
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overall: 1 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
Most recent reviews
This card is terrible. The loons are downright eerie. There are only 2 sound sequences, and it literally sounds as if somebody is choking or otherwise harming a loon and it's screaming for it's life. How this is supposed to be relaxing...I have no idea. It's comical, actually. The fire one is unsett...see moreof the reviewer's review