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Loud Mike Anderson Comfy Earbuds.
The Earbuds from Loud Headphones are definitely Loud & Comfy. These are the Gold & Grey Mike Anderson colorway.
Loud Headphones set out to create quality earbuds that won't break the bank. One of the ways they are able to achieve this is to reduce the cost of packaging to it's minimum. This allows Loud to put that extra money back into products and ensures Loud Headphones hit all the right notes! This also means that for every pair of headphones sold Loud will donate $1 to the Hear No Evil project benefitting the deaf and hearing impaired. LOUD is proud to have partnered with the cochlear implant foundation Let Them Hear to help put the $1 to good use. For more information on cochlear implants please visit www.letthemhear.org and we thank you for your purchase.
- Finish: gold housings / mic and grey wire / L jack.
- Driver Unit:10MM
- Sensitivity:100dB +/-3dB @1KHz
- Frequency Response:20Hz-20KHz
- Max.Input Power:10mw
- Cord Length:1.2M+/-10%
- Audio Jack:3.5mm, stereo, gold-plated L Jack
- Mic Sensitivity:-58dB +/- 3dB
- Mic Impedance:2.2Kohms
Loud Headphones and the Hear No Evil Foundation:
The Hear No Evil Project is one of the most important reasons why Loud Headphones has been created. Loud made it their goal to sell headphones so deaf people can hear. Loud is donating $1 of each headphone sale directly to a cochlear implant foundation that can give the deaf a chance to hear. Now there is a way to give back the gift of sound that most of us take for granted. At Loud is honored to say they have partnered with the Let Them Hear Foundation.
A cochlear implant is a small device consisting of a microphone, transmitter and a speech processor that is surgically implanted. It helps provide sound to a person who is profoundly deaf or severely hard-of-hearing. The implant works for the majority of deaf people, but unfortunately there is a socioeconomic divide that prevents availability for people who want it but simply can’t afford it. The implant costs close to $40,000 in the United States and is not always covered by insurance. In some cases and especially with young children who are just learning to speak, intense speech therapy is required after the initial surgery and that is an additional expense on top of what is already a very expensive process.
This is where CL implant foundation such as Let Them Hear can play a huge role in helping kids and adults regain their sense of hearing or simply hear for the first time. Inspired by charitable business models Loud Headphones has taken it upon itself to help people give back the gift of sound. So they can sell literally everyone in the world a pair of headphones! (insert villainous laugh here) Jokes aside please take the time to listen to the NPR interview that helped spark the idea for this project. It made an impact on us and I’m sure it will on you too.
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