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“As many as 16% of teens (ages 12 to 19) have reported some hearing loss that could have been caused by loud noise.”
– National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
Delivers perfect sound at any volume thanks to Puro Sound Labs’s balanced response. Crafted with 40 mm custom dynamic drivers.
Volume limiting ear protection (85 dB) advanced microprocessor driven LEDs indicate volume for safe listening levels.
Choose between using Bluetooth® 4.0 which provides up to 30 feet wireless range or using the 3.5 mm auxiliary cable for direct connection.
“It doesn’t matter if you consider yourself to be someone who can pick up the high notes
or deep bass, these headphones will make you feel like you’re in the studio.
Comfortable on the ears with amazingly rich sound, these headphones are a best buy!”
How loud is too loud?
“We are excited to partner with a company who produces a product that will help preserve hearing for our patients. We know that many of the devices our children and teens wear will cause permanent, irreversible hearing loss.
By using these headphones, families will be sure that their children are able to enjoy their devices but in a SAFE way.”
– Julie Purdy Rady Children’s Hospital Manager of Audiology
“Our ongoing partnership with Puro Sound Labs will allow us to continue to fulfill the needs for these amazing autistic children and their families. We couldn’t be more thankful for their support.”
– Julian Maha, M.D. Kulture City Founder/CEO
“I was impressed with what they are doing to help raise awareness of noise-induced hearing loss, and to give families the tools to avoid it without banishing music and videos and cellphones. I have begun to see more and more young people with noise-induced hearing loss in my practice, caused by high volume in headphones and earbuds.
Before Puro Sound Labs introduced Healthy Ears headphones, there really wasn’t anything on the market, particularly for teens, that addressed the issue.”
– Noël Thayer Audiologist, Bronxville Hearing