Great sound at the perfect volume. The 85 is volume-limited to 85 dB, the WHO standard for safe listening. Help stem the tide of childhood and teen hearing loss, and promote positive listening habits today.
Ages 3-10 (Recommended)
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The Truth about Teen Hearing Loss
Our mission has always included hearing awareness and protection. Many people are unaware of just how easy it is to damage your hearing and how our constant use of phones, laptops and tablets has increased this problem. That’s why we’re pleased to present the 85 - a new headset for automatically limits volume output at 85 dB (the World Health Organization standard for safe listening), ensuring that anyone can listen damage-free for up to eight hours at a time.
Volume Limited to 85 dB
Audio Share Port
4' (1.3m) cable
5.75" W x 6.5" H x 2.5" D
40mm Ferrite Drivers
The 85 is designed with kids in mind. The customizable faceplates and bold colors mean your child can show off their style, while the share port lets them listen to music together without the need for cable splitters (and even lets you tune in if you want). We've also over-engineered them for durability, and they are kid-tested, kid-approved to stand up to whatever's thrown at them.
Volume-Limited to 85 dB
Audio shareport for connecting your music
Multicolor Interchangeable Faceplates (Sold Separately)
Learn more about how we designed the 85 to help reduce hearing loss in kids and teens.
Recommended for children ages 3-10.
Some small parts may resent a choking hazard. Use under supervision and always watch your child
85 dB is the World Health Organization's Safe Listening Standard, meaning that children can listen to music, movies and television at this volume for up to 8 hours a day without lasting damage. For more information about safe listening, please visit the World Health Organization's Homepage. Our charity partner also has information on safe, supervised listening here. LSTN is not a health organization. If you have concerns about your child's hearing, please consolut a medical professional.