Teen Invents Headphones That Prevent Hearing Loss

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By Conner Carey on Sun, 10/04/2015

Aegis Acoustics headphones were designed by 16-year-old Kingsley Cheng as a stylish-but-safe way listen to music. “The American Academy of Audiology reports that approximately 12 percent of all children ages 6–19 have noise-induced hearing loss. We’re here to change all that and make listening safe,” said Kingsley in a recent press release.

Together with his father, Rayman Cheng, who has over 25 years of experience in consumer electronics, Kingsley founded Aegis in an effort to make headphones that look good and feel good. Their headphones ensure your volume remains in safe decibel range (under 85dB) while utilizing noise cancelling technology to provide clarity.

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