AEGIS Headphones Exclusively Designed To Prevent Hearing Loss [Video]

These are new headphones designed by a 16-year old youngster, named Kingsley Cheng to empower youths to take control over health and happiness. The creation is called AEGIS Headphones, and anyone there worrying about their kids using the earphones and damaging their hearing, may be certainly be interested in checking out a new se of headphones right now or later.

The AEGIS headphones have been specifically designed to protect your children and you alongside your family members from noise included hearing loss. Learn more about the inspiration behind these new headphones and their unique design.

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The young guy behind this creation is developed to help keep your children ears safe. Personal music players have liberated us from the home hi-fi system and made music mobile, which can cause damage young listeners, risk hearing loss by exposing themselves to unsafe volume levels when grooving on the move or having a good time at noisy bars and sporting events. The Aegis Pro headphones from a 16-years old are designed to ensure that audio output be never strays above a safe level, while also promising optimum sonic quality.

The Aegis Pro headphones feature something called jamsDefender technology. This combines three mode active noise cancellation to block out up to 95% of unwanted ambient noise with a digital decibel equalizer that’s said to optimize the source audio volume to ensure that audio quality isn’t sacrificed when the volume limiting circuitry kicks in and keeps everything below 85-decibels.

You will find a dual driver design with onboard digital signal processing sees a tweeter handling the higher frequencies and a second speaker taking care of the low to mids. Equipped with Bluetooth technology mean that Pro headphones can be used cabled or wireless, and a claimed 14 hour Li-ion battery life should satify the most avid mobile listner’s all-day music enjoyment needs.

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To bring what are being pitched as the world’s safest headphones to production, the Chengs have launched on Kickstarter. Campaign runs until November 4, which already has surpassed its US$25,000 funding target.

Early bird pledge level of $99 for a starter pack includes a pair of Aegis Pro headphones in either black, gold, white blue or red, a micro-USB travel charger, an audio cable with inline remote, a carry pouch and instructions is still showing as available at the time of writing, representing $50 off the expected retail price. Shipping to safety-centric youn music lovers is estimated to begin in January 2016.

(Source: Aegis Acoustics)