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Usually, we hear sounds through the eardrum but in fact we can also hear them through the ear bone. Our technology does not block the ear and damage the eardrum. when you record your voice, you intuitively know it is different from your 'real' voice. That is because we cannot hear the recorded voice by means of bone conduction.
After the popularization of the walkman many years ago and today's mp3 players, many people have experienced problems with their eardrums due to high volumes. After long-term usage the eardrums get exhausted or even damaged. Audio Bone products are a relief to the eardrum! Additionally, Audio Bone products allow your ears to be receptive to the outside world as they remain uncovered and free for other sounds. This way listening to music while driving is now possible.
More over, Audio Bone Aqua comes with water-proof material (IPX7) and you can use it by water sports, snow sports and any sports where you sweat a lot.
Normal way to hear sound with eardrum
Hearing with bone conduction
Ludwig Van Beethoven 1770-1827

One of the first users of bone conduction.

The famous 18th century composer who was born in Bonn went to Vienna hoping to study music with Mozart when he was 16 years old. However, due to his mother's illness and his father's alcoholism he had to return home.

When he was 21 he started to study by Haydn. But before he turned 30, his problem with deteriorating hearing started and got worse year by year. At the end, he became
completely deaf. In spite of his illness, he was able to listen to music using a conducting baton he attached to his piano and clenching it in his teeth to hear music through his jawbone.