The Sound Band Headphones Uses Vibrations to Transmit Audio

By: Meghan Young - Published: Aug 7, 2013 • References: soundband & psfk
For those who hate to stick things in their ears but equally loathe bulky headgear, the Sound Band headphones are exactly what they have been waiting for. It is a speaker-less earphone that uses vibrations to transmit audio to the bone and tissue in the back of the wearer’s ear.

Created by Michigan product development company Hybra Advance Technology, the Sound Band headphones are quite revolutionary. Working with engineers and designers to create several versions of the headphones, the Sound Band headphones use different types of technology such as directional sound project, bone conduction and surface sound technology. Superficial aspects aside, it can only be a healthier option when listening to music.

The Sound Band headphones are currently vying for funding on Kickstarter and has already surpassed its goal. Stats for Speaker-Less Headphones Trending: Older & Buzzing
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