These Headphones Provide A Hearing Test And Adapt Themselves To The User’s Hearing Level

These Headphones Provide A Hearing Test And Adapt Themselves To The User’s Hearing Level    

Besides Delivering A Superior Music Quality, Can Detect Gradual Hearing Loss    

Headphones and earbuds users are being conscious that listening to loud music will cause permanent ear damage, and are looking for safe options. On the other hand, many headphone makers consider that louder is better. These high-fidelity headphones that could be an alternative. They provide first a listening test to check the hearing condition of the user and afterward adapts the music to that hearing condition. It even determines if one ear is more sensitive than the other. The interesting aspect is that they can be used to retest the hearing level of the user so that they can detect any gradual hearing loss, adapt themselves to the new level, and warn the user about it, in order to visit the audiologist. Click here for more info.


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