Amherst, NH (PRWEB) October 25, 2006
Christine Ingemi, a mom of 4 kids under age 11 invented iHearSafe Earbuds which is the only safe volume earbuds. Ingemi attended and displayed them at the Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in Children at Work and Play, in Covington, Ky. the first National conference ever convened to specifically address hearing loss among children.
With mp3 player in hand along with her iHearSafe Earbuds she was able to set up and show how this product could truly reduce noise-induced hearing loss along with posting one of her several tests performed on the iHearSafe Earbuds. This Audiological Report by Board Certified Audiologist Dana R. Fiske showed that the volume of the iHearSafe earbuds never exceeds 80 dB SPL which are within the safe listening limits guidelines set by NIOSH, one of the conferences supporters. The U.S. government guidelines indicate hearing loss can begin at volumes of 85 decibels. Obviously, if the highest volume the earbuds can produce is below the level where hearing damage occurs, it is clear to see they are the safest way a parent can prevent noise-induced hearing loss with earbuds.
Many audiologists congratulated Ingemi on her efforts and terrific product and for being proactive in this crusade by helping develop a safety product many can benefit from through plain common sense, turn it down!
Another key safety feature to the iHearSafe Earbuds is the sound is not so loud that your child would not be able to hear their surroundings safely, including on coming traffic or even someone calling them. Also, by only listening at a safe level kids are training their ears to continue to listen safely throughout life making this a 3 fold safety product which proves iHearSafe as the safest earbuds compared to the noise canceling and noise reduced earbuds that blocks out ambient noise.
The iHearSafe Earbuds are not limited to just children. They can also be beneficial to adults under the NIOSH guidelines in the work place.
The iHearSafe Earbuds use a patent pending technology that is not limited to just mp3 players. They are versatile for all audio products including DVD players, video games, cell phones, stereo's, t.v.'s and computer's.
Ingemi Corp has the only real solution to the growing problem of noise-induced hearing damage from loud mp3 players. Parents will never have to worry about their kids turning up the volume at all because the iHearSafe Earbuds can't be circumvented. The volume can never go beyond 80 decibels no matter how high ANY device is turned up. Even better, parents can be rest assured that they do not have to monitor how long and how loud their child is listening like you would need to with the noise canceling and noise reduced earbuds. Also, noise canceling and noise reduced earbuds cannot guarantee that your child will turn down the volume. Conversely, the iHearSafe Earbuds can undeniably make that guarantee. Parents can now have the piece of mind that their child is less likely to suffer hearing damage by listening to the iHearSafeEarbuds.
"The solution to this growing problem can be solved by being proactive and taking control by replacing any earbuds with the iHearSafe Earbuds," said Ingemi. "Any parent should ask themselves this question. Would I rather take the chance that my child will turn down the volume just because he or she was told to, or would I rather take this issue right out of the equation by simply switching to the iHearSafe Earbuds? Sounds like a no brainer to me."
Anyone with questions regarding this product can go to http://www. ihearsafe.com
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Amherst, NH (PRWEB) April 18, 2006
No more telling your kids to turn it down! Ingemi Corp, NH based Manufacturer of a patent pending low decibel earbuds iHearsafe resolves the growing problem of hearing loss from too loud iPod and mp3 players.
"As a concerned parent with 4 children under 10 years old I did an extensive search for such a product to no avail and decided there is a need for all parents to have an inexpensive product to protect their child from hearing loss."
Lower decibel iHearSafe headphones and earbuds from Ingemi Corp will resolve the problem of hearing loss due to the high decibel output volume on iPod and mp3 players. iHearSafe limits the volume to OSHA safety limits. Regardless of how high the volume is turned up on the mp3 player, iHearSafe will not exceed 80db which greatly reduces the chance of hearing damage. No more telling your kids to turn it down.
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Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 18, 2006
With Miami hosting the ASHA Convention from November 16th - 18th , the awareness of noise induced hearing loss is ever growing. Now is the time to fight back against this growing problem. Ingemi Corp has been proactive in their approach by inventing the iHearSafe Earbuds.
The researchers have released their volume guidelines which iHearSafe Earbuds supersedes. Over 100 million mp3 players presently sold do not have the "guidelines" on safe listening built in. iHearSafe Earbuds can resolve this by replacing the factory earbuds with iHearSafe Earbuds. Many other audio devices also exceed the safe listening guidelines that also can benefit from the iHearSafe Earbuds.
The iHearSafe Earbuds feature enables a user to have the capability of reducing the volume without concern of a "guideline" to use or parental controls to be downloaded. Nothing more needs to be done than to plug the iHearSafe Earbuds into the audio product and the volume is automatically limited to safe levels no matter how high the volume is turned up.
The value comes in many forms with iHearSafe Earbuds. The price is lower than most specialty earbuds, yet is a one of a kind product. The sound is not so loud that a child would not be able to hear their surroundings safely, including on coming traffic or even someone calling them. Also, by only listening at a safe level kids are training their ears to continue to listen safely throughout life and the value of one's hearing is priceless, therefore of much greater importance.
iHearSafe Earbuds are the only "safe volume" earbuds that cannot be circumvented that are available. They are a specialty product who's time has come and have been proven a true need through research on noise induced hearing loss from mp3 players.
iHearSafe Earbuds has transformed the idea of how to protect against noise induced hearing loss from loud audio tech products such as mp3 players, video games, cell phones, computers, and portable dvd players, by being proactive. iHearSafe Earbuds limit the volume to never exceed 80 decibels. They are the only earbuds that meet the ASHA, OSHA and NIOSH volume guidelines that indicate hearing loss can begin at volumes of 85 decibels.
iHearSafe Earbuds have been tested by Board Certified Audiologists to confirm their dB SPL and their Frequency response, proving their performance of quality sound at a safe limit volume.
iHearSafe Earbuds have patent pending technology that cannot be circumvented. No other earbuds or headphones have fulfilled the need in this market. The media has shown the public interest and concern over noise induced hearing loss from mp3 players. iHearSafe is versatile for all audio devices. iHearSafe Earbuds resolves the problem by limiting the volume at the earbud regardless of how high the volume is turned up on any audio device, never exceeding 80 dB.
iHearSafe Earbuds have been tested and have documented reports by Board Certified Audiologists. iHearSafe Earbuds have been displayed along with these reports that were distributed at the Noise-Induced Hearing Loss In Children At Work & Play the first national convention.
Ingemi Corp is a finalist in New England's Interface Tech News "Hot Products -- Cool Company" competition. Ingemi Corp has been congratulated on being favorably considered in the first round of the (NH High Technology Council) NHHTC Product of the Year and is being asked to make a presentation to the panel to determine the finalists. They have been featured in various tech magazines and newspapers. They are getting interest from all over the globe and are leading the charge with their innovative new invention.
Simply replace any earbuds with iHearSafe Earbuds and protect kids hearing for life!
Available online at http://www.iHearSafe.com
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Amherst, NH (PRWEB) May 28, 2008
We all have heard the warnings, turn it down or you will lose your hearing. It is true. Everyday more and more dangling earbuds are appearing everywhere you look and are exceeding the recommended 85 dB safe volume level.
Christine Ingemi, mother of four kids and President of Ingemi Corp, invented the iHearSafe technology because she got concerned and tired of telling her kids to turn it down. She searched for a product like this and realized there was not one to be found. So after a little research and a lot of hard work she is making a difference in the way young people can listen to their music while keeping it safe. Christine was recently the keynote speaker at Invent-a-Palooza at the Akron-Summit County Public Library Science & Technology Division in Akron, Ohio where her story inspired many future and current inventors.
She says the high demand for the iHearSafe Earbuds prompted her to expand the product line. "My goal is to keep as many kids as possible safe from noise induced hearing loss for generations to come." With over one hundred thousand iHearSafe Earbuds already sold throughout the US and Canada, Ingemi Corp has expanded their product line with the iHearSafe Headphones and iHearSafe EarWraps.
If we want to continue to hear our mp3 players (or anything at all) we better take simple preventative measures. iHearSafe does exactly that for us. It takes the guess work out of how loud is too loud. iHearSafe is the only patent pending technology to limit the volume to always stay at a safe level no matter how high the volume is cranked up. With iHearSafe you also get the benefit of hearing your surroundings safely.
Too often tragic and avoidable injuries happen because of mp3 listening kids and adults can't hear what is around them. Parental controls are deleted in a nanosecond with today's tech savvy kids. iHearSafe cannot be circumvented. No parental controls or software to download, just plug and play. Works with all audio devices including mp3 players, computers, dvd portable players, hand held video games, tv, etc.
iHearSafe is not just for kids, it is also for responsible adults. iHearSafe meets NIOSH and OSHA guidelines and has been tested by several Audiologist and also has been approved by the United States Navy for their use. Many companies and their employees are ordering iHearSafe to abide by OSHA volume guidelines in order to still be able to use their personal music devices at work
iHearSafe, by Ingemi Corp, has been awarded the Pogie Award by tech guru David Pogue from the New York Times and MSNBC - CNBC. iHearSafe also was a finalist in The History's Channel's Modern Marvels Invent Now Challenge. Steve Wozniak (Woz) the co-inventor of Apple was a judge in the Modern Marvels Invent Now Challenge and awarded Christine Ingemi telling her, "I don't know anyone in the world that couldn't benefit from this product". Ingemi has had several appearances on CNBC The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch and The History channel's Modern Marvels.
Ingemi Corp received a Commendation from New Hampshire Governor John Lynch and has been semi-finalist in New Hampshire High Tech Council Award 2 years running. iHearSafe can be seen in May's Parenting Magazine in the Kids Health section under "Good Find". Available online at http://www.iHearSafe.com and coming to retail stores soon.
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