Keep Your Child’s Hearing Safe with Tanoshi’s Kids Headphones

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Looking for quality kids headphones that won’t break the bank — or your child’s eardrums?

Get your young one ready for back-to-school this fall with the new Safe Volume Kids Headphones from Tanoshi.

If you’re like most parents, safety, durability, and practicality are among the top concerns when shopping for kids products. And headphones are no exception.

It’s no surprise then that Tanoshi, a maker of child-friendly affordable laptops featured on Shark Tank, is releasing its own headphones designed just for kids and their ears.

Custom-made to fit snugly over the ears of children aged 6-12, these headphones stay comfy even through the longest cartoon marathons. So you can let your kid watch their favorite shows and listen to their music without worrying about damaging their hearing.

Tanoshi Headphone for Kids

What will really put parents’ minds at ease is the volume-limiting safety feature that’s built into the device. Specifically, the team at Tanoshi has engineered these headphones not to exceed a listening level of 85 decibels (db), which is commonly rated by experts as the maximum threshold for safe listening.

Now, you might be wondering: “Do kids really need their own special headphones? Aren’t headphones all the same?”

True — most headphones are roughly the same in that they can regularly reach volumes of over 100dB. To put that into perspective, the CDC reports that hearing loss is possible after just 15 minutes of exposure to noises at that level of loudness.

And that’s what makes Tanoshi’s headphones perfect for elementary and primary school students. Because being able to listen while learning shouldn’t come at the cost of your hearing.

Speaking of learning, Tanoshi has included other classroom-focused features like an integrated microphone one-button playback control. These are particularly useful for interactive lessons and activities that involve talking as well as listening.

Tanoshi Safe Headphone for Kids

Oh, and get this: these headphones have been tuned by the same sound engineer who’s configured audio products for premium brands like Harman Kardon and JBL. So kids hear things the way they naturally sound — no eardrum-rupturing bass here.

At the end of the day though, not all headphones can stand up to the typical wear and tear that most kids belongings go through. That’s where Tanoshi sets itself apart.

While many parents seem to find that even some of the popular kids headphones aren’t exactly the most “child-proof,” the build quality on these headphones is strong enough for Tanoshi to include a 12-month warranty on its headphones. You’ll be hard-pressed to find another brand that provides parents with the same level of assurance when it comes to durability.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Do you remember how loud your first set of headphones were when you were a kid?

Chances are, they weren’t designed to protect your hearing from loud noise levels, or to hug the ears of an 8-year-old boy or girl. They also probably weren’t tuned by a world-class sound engineer.

Give your child the gift of audiophile-like sound quality and listening experience with Tanoshi’s Safe Volume Kids Headphones. And give yourself peace of mind knowing your child’s ears are always protected, even when you’re not there.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.