Puro Sound Labs' PuroBasic Headphones Protect Young Ears
Puro Sound Labs, a company founded by a concerned parent on a mandate of incorporating hearing-protection technologies in its full range of headphones and accessories to counter the phenomenon of Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL), has announced an affordable volume-limiting headphone option for children and teenagers.
The $29.99 PuroBasic wired headphone, designed for children two years old and above, provides 85dB volume limiting in a portable design that folds up when not in use. Their fit is adjustable and the earcups and headband are covered with soft “vegan leather.”
The company also says that the PuroBasic offers studio-grade sound performance; Puro’s patent-pending Balanced Response Curve provides optimized vocals and full, dynamic bass, says the company. Included as features are an in-line remote and microphone. The headphones may be connected to any audio device with a standard 3.5mm audio connection.
The sound-limit ceiling of 85dB, says the company, was established to be in accord with the World Health Organization’s recommendation.
The PuroBasic wired volume-limiting kids headphones are available in Pink, Blue, Green and Red. The headphones carry a one-year warranty and also a 30-day money-back guarantee.