Audio and video recordings featuring music and artistic performances; Audio cables; Audio circuit boards; 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 processing equipment, namely, limiters and compressors; Audio speakers that ma...
Audio and video recording services; Audio production services, namely, creating and producing ambient soundscapes, and sound stories for museums, galleries, attractions, podcasts, broadcasts, websites and games; Educational and entertainment services, namely, a continuing program about anything accessible by means of anything; Educational and entertainment services, namely, a continuing program about anything accessible by radio, television, s...
On Friday, August 19, 2016, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
Jumperz, Inc, Birmingham, MI 48009.
The USPTO has given the JUMPERZ
trademark serial number of 87144426.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is NEW APPLICATION FILED.
The correspondent listed for JUMPERZ is
ADAM KADRO of
KADRO LAW, PLLC, 100 W. LONG LAKE RD., SUITE 102 BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI 48304
The JUMPERZ trademark is filed in the category of
Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products
Education and Entertainment Services
The description provided to the USPTO for JUMPERZ
is Audio and video recordings featuring music and artistic performances; Audio cables; Audio circuit boards; 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 processing equipment, namely, limiters and compressors; 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; 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; 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 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; Computer-controlled apparatus for testing and measuring audio frequency; 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 players; 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 multimedia file containing audio relating to audio engineering; 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; Home theater systems comprising audio cables ; Matrix switchers for audio and video signals; Mounts and mounting brackets adapted for audio speakers with swiveling bases therefor; Protective cases for audio equipment in the nature of portable equipment cases; Software to control and improve audio equipment sound quality; Subwoofers for vehicles; Transmitters and receivers for audio and video signals for transmission over twisted pair cables.