Bose, one of the world's leading manufacturers of luxury Hi-Fi equipment, has announced the launch of it's new "Nix-a-Git" range of headphones, which selectively tunes out specific voices from television and radio broadcasts.
A spokesperson for the company explained "often you will be watching a favourite sports event, when the excitement and tension of the spectacle is totally ruined by pointless and wildly inaccurate commentary by an ex-sportsperson". The "Nix-a-Git" can be specially tuned to completely eliminate all of the loggorhea emanating from these "Rent-a-Gobs" and allow you to enjoy the game in peace, without sufferring from their opinionated ramblings and unwarranted speculation, whilst still letting through more informed commentators, and the sounds of the game and the crowd.
The company had to admit, however, that the new technology worked better with some accents than others. "We're not concerned too much" observed the man from Bose "as we have 100% accurate elimination of the Welsh accent when switched on, and this will open an enormous market amongsts rugby fans who don't want to have their match day ruined by that twat Jonathan Davies". The company revealed that their technical divsion was working hard with a series of actors chewing a brick, so that they could ensure complete success in blocking out Brian Moore.
Asked why they hadn't tried with this technology before, Bose stated "well, we had thought about doing it in the days of Murray Walker, but then discovered standard aircraft noise-cancelling headphones worked with all high-pitched whining".