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Headphones for the Hearing Impaired
Bone-conduction headphones isn't something new that this globe has been exposed to. Since 1977, bone-conduction hearing aids are developed from a surprise discovery by the dentistry scene that implanted teeth conducted vibrations to the ear (Some linked it to Beethoven as well).
Bringing you back to the present, like bone conduction hearing devices for the hearing impaired, Bonetalker headphones transfer sound by bone vibration directly to the cochlea (inner ear that receives sounds from vibrations), bypassing the middle ear. Thus, enabling its users to hear without actually hearing it. Sounds fascinating, doesn't it?
Head over to our shop now to indulge yourselves in this technology.
Pssst... due to the fact that it bypasses your middle ear, it is actually healthier for your ears than conventional earpieces!