HearMuffs – Headphones Designed for Your Child

Consumer Update

If you’re a parent, you know how important it is to make sure that your child is protected at all times – this also includes loud sounds and ambient noise such as sporting events and concerts.

Introducing the kid-friendly material by Lucid Audio called HearMuffs. They’re made with nontoxic materials as well as by parents – so you know they’re truly safe for kids.

HearMuffs was developed by engineers and audiologists from Lucid Audio with a mission to protect infants to 12-year olds from harsh sounds.

Lucid Audio wanted to have the right materials for children as well as the trust of mothers who want to protect their children.

HearMuffs offer maximum comfort and advanced protection from loud, harmful noises, including traffic, concerts, construction and city noise. In addition, they feature and include active compression of harmful sounds, the unique ability to let in outside voices at a comfortable level and the choice to play four soothing sounds.

In order to combat distressing sounds, HearMuffs provides four soothing sounds:

  • Babbling creek
  • White noise
  • Heartbeat
  • Lullaby

But if you’re wondering how HearMuffs are set apart from others, Lucid Audio takes it up a notch to add some electronics that allow active sound compression. What this means is that with any loud noise or anything that’s harmful, HearMuffs mutes them immediately.

So if you’re interested in preserving the precious gift of hearing for your child, head to lucidaudio.com/hearmuffs.

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