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Friday, October 29, 2010

Review - dB Logic Earphones

With MP3s becoming more and more common with younger kids, parents are looking to protect them from harming their hearing. I am amazed that my 8 year old brother had been asking for an MP3 player since he was 4. So I bought him one a year ago and it came with standard earphones. At the highest setting they surprisingly hurt me, and I have abused my hearing quite a bit in my 22 years. Riding in the car with s full blown out stereo system (amplifier, bass, etc) that you can feel blocks away is just one of the ways I've abused my hearing. I don't want want my little brother harming his hearing at such a young age.

I received the dB Logic earphones to review. They are in-ear earphones, which I prefer over the traditional ones. They come in 7 fun colors, i got silver. These in-ear earphones have a silicone tip that comfortably goes into your ear and seals out noise very well, you don't have to worry about them falling out. They came with interchangeable silicone tips in varying sizes. More info:
"Unlike traditional ear buds, our Earphones include silicone rubber tips that route sound directly into your ear canal. In addition to directing the sound, the tips provide a better seal, decreasing the amount of ambient noise by as much as 26 decibels. This means significantly greater sound quality when compared to ear-buds.  You also don’t have to turn the music up as loud to get the same sense of immersion."
I tried these out with my MP3 at the highest volume and it was no not as loud as my regular earphones BUT that is because the earphones have SPL2 technology. The sound emitted from these earphones comes off a lot better and more crisp. At the highest volume the sound is less distorted as well. 
"SPL2 stands for “Sound Pressure Level Limiting,” the patent-pending technology from dB Logic that manipulates sound waves and selectively lowers the volume while still keeping the shape of the sound wave curve."
dB Logic's earphones are great. I love them, I gave to my brother and explained to him that they are much better for him and now he is enjoying them. I'm glad I no longer have no worry about that. These earphones retail for $29 and are well-worth it. Thanks to dB Logic for the opportunity to review them! These will definitely make a great stocking stuffer this Holiday season!
Disclaimer: I was NOT paid for this post, however I did receive the product in question, from the company or their representing  PR company,  free of charge in exchange for my review. All opinions are my own and I have provided a fair and honest review. I received no other compensation for my review nor was I under any obligation to give a positive review. 

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