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How do LoVibes earbuds work?

LoVibes acoustic filters use a patented technology.

This technology works like a wave length filter that evenly lowers down the sound by 17dB for S1 (our standard earbuds) and 22dB for H1 (our hypoallergenic earbuds).

Your experience is not compromised in any sense: the sound quality remains as good as the original sound!























Why use LoVibes earbuds?


Prolonged exposure above 85dB can have permanent damage on your hearing capability. One of the early signs is that ringing in the ears (also called tinnitus).

Typically a loud restaurant or pub on a weekend night would already be at 90-100dB. A club or concert venue can be around 110-130dB when the music peaks.

Lovibes acoustic filters, by lowering down the sound level evenly, help prevent irreversible ear damage without compromising on the sound quality.

They are discreet and the little tin or pouch fits in a pocket so that you can have them with you every day and night out.

And... last but not least, we are playing our part for the environment too : they are fully recyclable!


Some references and articles for further reading:

What is tinnitus

- Tinnitus: Warning for music fans attending concerts

- Understanding tinnitus -- the basics 

- All about tinnitus - British Tinnitus Association

- Tinnitus - The Lancet

- 5 Things you need to know about Tinnitus - University of Nottingham

Tinnitus research pioneer wins prestigious prize (Professor David Baguley) - University of Nottingham

- Action on Hearing Loss Charity knowledge and research

Pulsaltile tinnitus

- Overview of Pulsaltile tinnitus - British Tinnitus Association

- One patient quest to end it - University of California

How to prevent and ease the ringing

- Earplug - Wikipedia

- How to stop and prevent your ears from ringing after a concert

- Mindfulness offers hope to tinnitus sufferers

- Sound therapy may train the brain to ignore tinnitus

University of Michigan research

Clinical Trials Spotlight - Tinnitus

In First Test, Specially Timed Signals Ease Tinnitus Symptoms

- This Small Device Could Silence the Maddening Symptoms of Tinnitus (Gizmodo article on the above)

Other research

- Research to help musicians 

- Discovery of  neurons in inner ears to lead to therapy