Audio amplifiers; Audio and video cassette recorders; Audio and video recordings about tennis; Audio and video recordings featuring music and artistic performances; Audio books in the nature of novels; Audio cables; Audio cassette and CD players; Audio cassette decks for automobiles; Audio cassette recorders; Audio circuit boards; Audio dubbing apparatus; Audio electronic components, namely, surround sound systems; Audio equipment for vehicles...
Abandonment Notice! On Monday, May 1, 2017, status on the HEARSQUARE trademark changed to ABANDONED - NO STATEMENT OF USE FILED.
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On Monday, May 1, 2017, status on the HEARSQUARE trademark changed to ABANDONED - NO STATEMENT OF USE FILED.
On Thursday, March 10, 2016, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
LYU MIN, SHENZHEN.
The USPTO has given the HEARSQUARE
trademark serial number of 86935037.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is ABANDONED - NO STATEMENT OF USE FILED.
The correspondent listed for HEARSQUARE is
LYU MIN of
F402,LIANHUAGE,GUIFANGYUAN,LONGGANG ROAD, SHENZHEN, CHINA
The HEARSQUARE trademark is filed in the category of
Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products
The description provided to the USPTO for HEARSQUARE
is Audio amplifiers; Audio and video cassette recorders; Audio and video recordings about tennis; Audio and video recordings featuring music and artistic performances; Audio books in the nature of novels; Audio cables; Audio cassette and CD players; Audio cassette decks for automobiles; Audio cassette recorders; Audio circuit boards; Audio dubbing apparatus; Audio electronic components, namely, surround sound systems; Audio equipment for vehicles, namely, loud speakers for automotive audio systems; Audio equipment for vehicles, namely, stereos, speakers, amplifiers, equalizers, crossovers and speaker housings; Audio headphones; Audio mixers; Audio oscillators for detecting toxins and pathogens for laboratory use; Audio processing equipment, namely, limiters and compressors; Audio recorders; Audio speaker enclosures; Audio speakers; Audio speakers that may be attached with adhesive to the abdominal area of pregnant women for the purpose of transmitting music or sounds to the fetus, not for medical purposes; Audio tape recorders; Audio tapes featuring music; Audio- and video-receivers; Audio-frequency transformers; Audio-video receivers; Abdominal belts containing built-in speakers for purposes of transmitting music/sounds/educational material to a fetus and built-in pockets in which to carry audio transmitters; Blank audio cassettes; Blank audio tapes; Blank digital audio tapes; Boxes specially adapted for housing audio equipment; Cases for music, audio and related electronic equipment, namely, cases for audio tuners, audio receivers, amplifiers, tape players, compact disc players, MP3 controllers/players, audio mixers, audio speakers in the nature of music studio monitors, microphones, audio speakers, compact discs, audio tapes, portable computers, antennas, phonographic record players, audio recording equipment, and the cables associated with all of the foregoing equipment; Computer hardware for communicating audio, video and data between computers via a global computer network, wide-area computer networks, and peer-to-peer computer networks; Computer software for controlling the operation of audio and video devices; Computer software for manipulating digital audio information for use in audio media applications; Computer software for use in the encryption and decryption of digital files, including audio, video, text, binary, still images, graphics and multimedia files; Computer software for use in the safeguarding of digital files, including audio, video, text, binary, still images, graphics and multimedia files; Computer software to control and improve computer and audio equipment sound quality; Computer software to enhance the audio-visual capabilities of multimedia applications, namely, for the integration of text, audio, graphics, still images and moving pictures; Conical attachment to an audio speaker for diffusing and distributing sound as it is transmitted from the speaker; Consumer electronic products, namely, audio amplifiers, audio speakers, audio receivers, electrical audio and speaker cables and connectors, audio decoders, video decoders, speakers, power conversion devices, power converters, and power inverters; Digital audio and video recorders and players; Digital audio tape players; Digital audio tape recorders; Distribution amplifiers for audio and video signals; Downloadable audio files, multimedia files, text files, e-mails, written documents, audio material, video material and games featuring information in the form of downloadable short educational/training communications in the field of human resource development for the promotion of employee retention, career growth and increased productivity for employees and employers; Downloadable image file containing artwork, text, audio, video, games and Internet Web links relating to sporting and cultural activities; Electric audio playback units; Electric audio playback units with lights and speakers; Electronic equipment, namely, transformers, baluns, and cables, all used in connection with computers, computer peripheral devices, televisions, audio-video equipment, closed-circuit TV equipment and telecommunication equipment; Electronic interconnecters for audio and video signals; Electronic products for the generation, measurement, and analysis of audio signals, namely, audio analyzers; Electronic products for the manipulation of the frequency, time, and amplitude characteristics of audio signals, namely, audio processors; Electronic scalers for audio and video signals; Electronic switchers for audio and video signals; Emergency notification system comprised of a data processor and a user input device for connecting the data processor to an emergency response entity through a communication network and allowing audio and data communication between the processor and the entity; Interactive multimedia software featuring audio and video information for dentists on the subject of treatments, procedures and alternatives related to dentistry; Interactive, motion sensitive electronic announcer for recording and playback of an audio message or instruction; Matrix switchers for audio and video signals; Mounts and mounting brackets adapted for audio speakers with swiveling bases therefor; Non-fiction audio books on a variety of topics; Portable and handheld digital electronic devices for recording, organizing, transmitting, manipulating, and reviewing text, data, image, and audio files; Portable wrist-mounted digital electronic device for audio recording and audio playback; Portable handheld electronic digital video messengers for recording, storage, transmission or reproduction of visual, audio and data content; Software to control and improve audio equipment sound quality; Stands adapted for stereos and audio speakers; Subwoofers for vehicles; Transmitters and receivers for audio and video signals for transmission over twisted pair cables; Vibration dampeners for electronic audio equipment; Video cassette recorders and players, compact disc players, digital audio tape recorders and players, electronic diaries.