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  • is a sound activated electrical switch, sold by San Francisco, California based Joseph Enterprises, Inc and marketed with the slogan “Clap On!” and as a separate phrase “Clap Off!”. The Clapper works with any American standard electrical outlet.

    The Clapper, whose slogan is “Clap On! Clap Off!”, was first sold to the public on September 1, 1985. The melody of the jingle used in the commercials (“Clap on, clap off…”) had been used earlier back in the mid 1980s for Sine-Off cold medicine, in a commercial featuring women at an army base.

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    If, for some reason, your claps keep getting rejected as noise, the Clapper will automatically reduce its sound sensitivity. In those cases, you'll simply need to clap louder. You can also manually adjust the sensitivity, using a dial on the side of the device.

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First released in 1985, the Clapper allows its user to activate up to two appliances using sequences of claps. Two claps, and you can turn on a lamp. Three claps, and you can switch on a . The Clapper works on lights, radios, TVs, rotating disco balls -- anything that can be plugged into one of the Clapper's two electrical outlets. For only $20, a bundle of basic electronics had rendered the manual light switch obsolete. And almost overnight, a cheesy sound-activated product became a mainstay of American pop culture.