As a father of two and as someone who has listened to far too much rock ‘n’ roll over the years, finding headphones suitable for my kids is not as easy as you might think. Before World Hearing Day in March this year, the World Health Organisation (WHO) commented, “Nearly 50% of people aged 12-35 years – or 1.1 billion young people – are at risk of hearing loss due to prolonged and excessive exposure to loud sounds, including music they listen to through personal audio devices.”
Introducing the PureQuiet headphones, which have been developed by a father who understands the same issues. The latest studio-grade wireless headphones for kids feature active noise cancellation with a 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.