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Puro Sound Labs introduces the PuroQuiet active noise cancelling children's headphones into the UK market

June 14, 2019

Puro Sound Labs introduces the PuroQuiet active noise cancelling children's headphones into the UK market

Puro Sound Labs, the world's leading manufacturer of premium, safe children's headphones, is introducing the PuroQuiet into the UK market. The latest studio-grade wireless headphones for kids feature active noise cancellation with volume limited to 85dB and Bluetooth at v4.0. The headphone's isolation capabilities are especially useful for children with sensory sensitivity and Puro Sound Labs is the first ever company to be Certified Sensory Inclusive but KultureCity.

The new headphones employ many of the outstanding features that earned Puro Sound Labs numerous awards for its original BT-2200 volume-limited headphones, including high-quality aluminium construction and plush noise-isolating ear-pads. The outstanding clarity of the Puro Balanced Response curve and digital signal processing (DSP) enable volume-limiting to prevent ear damage.

In addition to the sleek new design, the PuroQuiet headphones have an active noise cancellation feature found on high-end headphones that suppress ambient noise levels and provides a superior listening experience in even the loudest of environments. It blocks out daily noise and background sounds up to 22 dB, complemented by 82% noise isolation. Additional features include the latest Bluetooth profiles for CD-like quality wireless audio, a highly sensitive microphone for taking calls or gaming with friends and up to 16-hours of active battery life.

The PuroQuiet is designed to keep music at suitable volume levels for children whilst maintaining a balanced sound signature. The default 85dB volume limiting prevents kids and teens from suffering the gradual but permanent hearing damage by cranking the sound up too high unintentionally. The maximum 85dB is recommended by Hearing Health Foundation, OSHA and World Health Organisation as the safe listening level.

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