I love music. Especially when driving alone. But I don’t have one of those expensive car stereo systems that reproduce high-quality sound. So I use my earphones to listen to my favorite tracks.
However, I am always worried that someday I am going to miss the honking of that truck, or the warning bell of a cyclist, and meet with an accident that could have been altogether avoided.
Some of my fellow music lovers have shared the same concern. But there doesn’t have to be a compromise between your love for the tunes and your concern for safety anymore. Check out the Eardrumz Bone Conduction Wireless Bluetooth Headphones.
What Would You Love About the Eardrumz Headphones?
The famous composer Beethoven perhaps discovered bone conduction (or something similar at least). It is a matter of wonder for many that the composer of the unforgettable symphonies was himself deaf. To overcome this, Beethoven attached a rod to his piano and then placed the rod between his teeth. This way, he could hear the music through his jawbone. That is probably the most famous use of bone conduction.
The sounds that we hear travel in the form of waves. Vibrations create these waves in the medium (solid, liquid or gas) through which the music is travelling. When these waves reach our eardrums, our eardrums develop vibrations of their own. These vibrations created by our eardrums reach the cochlea (inner ear). Finally, these sounds reach our brain from the cochlea via the aural nerve.
Our hearing capacity is adversely affected if there is any damage to the eardrums.
Hearing through bone conduction reduces this risk, as it conducts the sound directly to the cochlea entirely by-passing the eardrums.
Are Eardrumz Bone Conduction Wireless Bluetooth Headphones for me?
Do you listen to music or attend calls via your earphones/headphones while driving your car or while riding your bike or even while walking down the street? If yes, then these are for you.
Are you hearing impaired but would love to listen to music? If yes, then these are for you!
Are you visually challenged and “see” through your ears? Then these are definitely for you.
The Eardrumz Bone Conduction Headphones allow you to keep your ears free and open even as you listen to music, or answer a call, on them.
The Top Reasons to choose Eardrumz Bone Conduction Headphones over regular/normal ones?
Let us now discuss how these headphones add to your music listening experience.
- Keep your ears open: Since these headphones don’t sit over your ears, or inside them, they let you take in your surroundings entirely. Along with your music, you can listen to the chirping birds or the people around you. You no longer need to feel guilty or concerned about listening to music on your headphones and driving at the same time. Be fully aware of everything around you. You no longer need to remove your headphones or pause your music when people want to talk to you.
- Lightweight: These lightweight headphones sit very comfortably on your temples. And since they are not over or inside your ears, you can let them hang around a lot longer (or even the entire day) than regular headphones.
- Freedom to use earplugs and listen to music simultaneously: People who work at construction sites, or at places where loud noise is routine, will instantly relate to this and realise the significance. You can use earplugs to avoid damaging your ears because of the continuous loud noise and listen to your favourite tracks at the same time.
- Sweat-proof: The Eardrumz Bone Conduction headphones are designed to be sweat proof, unlike the ear pads of conventional headphones.
- No accumulation of dirt or ear wax: Conventional headphones routinely struggle against dirt and wax accumulated inside the ear, obstructing sound. No such worries with the Eardrumz Bone Conduction headphones.
- Wireless and built-in microphone: The Eardrumz Bone Conduction headphones employ Bluetooth 4.1 and come with a built-in microphone for a truly wireless experience.
Are you still looking for reasons to buy the Eardrumz Bone Conduction Wireless Bluetooth headphones? Here’s a crazy one: you can now hear your music through your chin, your forehead or even your nose. Go ahead, try it!