Zbones subverts tradition and uses the bones of the ear to conduct sound. "Bone conduction" headphones are their new technology and are the second set of eardrums in humans.
St. Louis, MO (Merxwire) - zBones is a manufacturer of "bone conduction" headphones, which also maintains environmental awareness. Their products allow users to obtain clear stereo sound when listening to music.
"bone conduction" headphones uses new technology to conduct sound with bones. Andy Limbaugh, president of zBones, said, "In full disclosure, we didn't really make this discovery. But what we DID discover is a very easy and understandable manner in which to explain how bone conduction hearing technology works."
In very simplistic terms, normal human hearing occurs when sounds are transmitted through the air and, with the assistance of our outer ears, travel into the ear canal (air conduction). Those captured sound vibrations are picked up by the eardrums, travel on to the inner ear complex which includes the cochlea ("sound receiver") and the electrical stimuli are picked up by the brain for interpretation of the sound.
When listening with zBones, the headphone speakers gently rest upon the cheekbones and the "sound" vibrations emitted from the speakers are picked up by the cheekbones (bone conduction) and travel directly to the cochlea and on to the brain for interpretation. Therefore, the cheekbones have become a second-set of eardrums.
"That's how wearers of zBones are able to listen to their favorite music or entertainment of choice and still remain aware of their surroundings,"Limbaugh, says. "The technology is not all that complicated, but how it seamlessly integrates with the human body is truly fascinating!"
More information please visit: https://zbones.io/
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