We live right next to the local high school, so I often encounter kids walking to school while listening to mp3 players cranked up to extremely loud levels. This, of course, leads me to wonder about what exposure to loud noises will do to my child’s hearing.
When he’s old enough to express interest in his own mp3 player, I’ll definitely be looking into purchasing earphones from dBLogic for him.
Earphones from dBLogic use something called SPL2 Technology (Sound Pressure Level Limiting) to protect your hearing while you listen. They are unable to operate at dangerous sound pressure levels, but produce no audible distortion when you are listening to your favorite music.
I recently received a pair of dBLogic earphones for review. The earphones are very comfortable to wear. You can wear them with the cables straight down or behind the ear, depending upon your preference and what type of activity you are doing.
There are three sizes of ear tips included for a customized fit, which is something I’ve never encountered with other earphones I have tried. I also really like the fact that they come in their own compact storage case, because I hate it when my earphone cords are all tangled up in my bag or purse.
Earphones from dBLogic come in red, blue, pink, green, orange, and silver, making this a fun yet practical gift for style-conscious teens who are hard to shop for.
Do you find yourself worried about protecting your child’s hearing? If so, do you think your son or daughter would like earphones from dBLogic?
photo credit: dBLogic