Editor’s Note: At CYMBACAVUM, we’re constantly trying to bridge science with the wonderful audio experiences we have. @miceblue takes on an scientist’s curiosity to examine Asius Technologies and 1964Ears’ ADEL — how it functions, the scientific principles behind it, and what it might or might not be. Continue reading Critical Analysis: 1964|ADEL — Science or Science Fiction?
Editor’s Note: Before you gloss over this article and deem it “not important” because it doesn’t really feature any “cool gear” — think again. Hearing protection is central to our enjoying music and life to its fullest. The first third of this two-part article is by Mr.T, while the latter two-third is by Sinocelt.
You’ve probably never heard of the Dynamic Ear Company, and in some ways, the Dynamic Ear Company doesn’t want you to know about them. And yet, they’re one of the world’s foremost innovators of hearing protection and protective acoustics. Continue reading Why Hearing Protection Matters, with the Dynamic Ear Company
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New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is known for a lot of things — he’s a billionaire magnate, a one-time presidential candidate, crusader against guns, junk food, and cigarettes — and in the twilight of his final term as mayor of the Big Apple, he has decided to tackle an interesting issue that pertains very seriously to audio enthusiasts all over.
According to the New York Post, Bloomberg is launching a campaign to combat the public’s use of personal media players and headphones/earphones at loud and potentially-damaging noise levels. Continue reading News Feed: NYC Mayor Bloomberg Promoting Hearing Safety
Want to have a graphic view of how sound is transmitted and transduced into nerve impulses within the ear? Here’s an excellently-made video detailing the process: