ATTENTION HEADPHONES USERS
- Are you sick of spending hundreds of dollars finding the right set of headphones?
- Frustrated of hearing your favorite tunes flat and foggy, like the details are always just out of your reach?
- Or maybe disturbed by how, one day, your favorite hobby started leaving your ears tired and achy?
All of this is caused by the fact that your audio isn’t tailored to your ears.
EVERY EAR HEARS DIFFERENTLY
Just like how each one of us tastes a dish differently or wears different-sized shoes, no ear is built the same.
Some of us need more bass than others. Some of us perceive treble very well but have problems with the mids. Even your left ear hears differently from your right. But here's the problem:
YOUR HEADPHONES DON'T KNOW THAT!
Neither do your other audio equipment. It is simply too difficult for audio equipment manufacturers to take into account every single ear’s biological differences.
So they assume we all hear the same and go from there, catering to what they think you like instead of what you actually need.
And that is when your ears are faced with two problems.
TWO PROBLEMS OF UNTAILORED AUDIO
- Either you strain to hear certain details in your music, resulting in listening fatigue and a flat, foggy, subpar audio experience, OR
- You turn up the volume (sometimes subconsciously) in an effort to catch all the sound, resulting in hearing damage.
In February 2015, the World Health Organization released some unsettling statistics:
At the time of this writing we have 7 billion in total world population. That means 1 out of every 7 people on earth are at risk of hearing loss…and these are just the teenagers and young adults we’re talking about!
If you have ever felt tired after a listening session, or an ache in your head and ears after taking your headphones off, you are likely already experiencing this problem.
Don’t wait and become part of the statistic.
There is a way to better sound for a lifetime. Read on for the solution (and see what others have to say about it).