iHearSafe earbuds to prevent hearing loss
With the proliferation of iPods today, you would think that we would be faced with half-deaf senior citizens four decades down the road. Most youth today do not give two hoots about the health of their ears, turning the volume knob way up on their iPods and digital audio players without a care in the world. If you are going to purchase an iPod for your child or know somebody who is stuck to his/her digital audio player like a leech, perhaps picking up the iHearSafe earbuds for them would be one of the best things you could do on their behalf.
These child-safe earbuds have been board-certified by audiologists and are equipped with patent pending technology that will keep the volume below 80 decibels no matter how loud the original file is or how high the volume has been turned up. This might not go down well with teenagers who are already used to blasting their stereos in their rooms with lung-busting songs from heavy metal groups, but it would be a great way to get the younger ones who have not been exposed to loud music yet started on the right path.
The iHearSafe earbuds are compatible with a wide range of devices, from iPods to MP3 players, portable DVD players, TVs, handheld consoles, and even cellphones. You can pick up a pair today for $24.99. What? You can’t hear what I’m saying? Then I’m afraid it is too late to remedy the situation for you, my friend.
Source: Chip Chick