The solution to this growing problem can be solved by being proactive and taking control by replacing any earbuds with the iHearSafe Earbuds
Amherst, NH (PRWEB) October 25, 2006
Christine Ingemi, a mom of 4 kids under age 11 invented iHearSafe Earbuds which is the only safe volume earbuds. Ingemi attended and displayed them at the Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in Children at Work and Play, in Covington, Ky. the first National conference ever convened to specifically address hearing loss among children.
With mp3 player in hand along with her iHearSafe Earbuds she was able to set up and show how this product could truly reduce noise-induced hearing loss along with posting one of her several tests performed on the iHearSafe Earbuds. This Audiological Report by Board Certified Audiologist Dana R. Fiske showed that the volume of the iHearSafe earbuds never exceeds 80 dB SPL which are within the safe listening limits guidelines set by NIOSH, one of the conferences supporters. The U.S. government guidelines indicate hearing loss can begin at volumes of 85 decibels. Obviously, if the highest volume the earbuds can produce is below the level where hearing damage occurs, it is clear to see they are the safest way a parent can prevent noise-induced hearing loss with earbuds.
Many audiologists congratulated Ingemi on her efforts and terrific product and for being proactive in this crusade by helping develop a safety product many can benefit from through plain common sense, turn it down!
Another key safety feature to the iHearSafe Earbuds is the sound is not so loud that your child would not be able to hear their surroundings safely, including on coming traffic or even someone calling them. Also, by only listening at a safe level kids are training their ears to continue to listen safely throughout life making this a 3 fold safety product which proves iHearSafe as the safest earbuds compared to the noise canceling and noise reduced earbuds that blocks out ambient noise.
The iHearSafe Earbuds are not limited to just children. They can also be beneficial to adults under the NIOSH guidelines in the work place.
The iHearSafe Earbuds use a patent pending technology that is not limited to just mp3 players. They are versatile for all audio products including DVD players, video games, cell phones, stereo's, t.v.'s and computer's.
Ingemi Corp has the only real solution to the growing problem of noise-induced hearing damage from loud mp3 players. Parents will never have to worry about their kids turning up the volume at all because the iHearSafe Earbuds can't be circumvented. The volume can never go beyond 80 decibels no matter how high ANY device is turned up. Even better, parents can be rest assured that they do not have to monitor how long and how loud their child is listening like you would need to with the noise canceling and noise reduced earbuds. Also, noise canceling and noise reduced earbuds cannot guarantee that your child will turn down the volume. Conversely, the iHearSafe Earbuds can undeniably make that guarantee. Parents can now have the piece of mind that their child is less likely to suffer hearing damage by listening to the iHearSafeEarbuds.
"The solution to this growing problem can be solved by being proactive and taking control by replacing any earbuds with the iHearSafe Earbuds," said Ingemi. "Any parent should ask themselves this question. Would I rather take the chance that my child will turn down the volume just because he or she was told to, or would I rather take this issue right out of the equation by simply switching to the iHearSafe Earbuds? Sounds like a no brainer to me."
Anyone with questions regarding this product can go to http://www. ihearsafe.com