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Thursday, September 01, 2005 Expands Sale of Noise Reduction Headphones to Schools

Noise canceling headphones are being used in schools to help students concentrate.

VA (PRWEB) August 22, 2005 -– is pleased to
announce the expansion of their market to include public schools. Since
the website launched in November 2004 has
experienced healthy growth selling their noise canceling headphones to
consumers. Recently the website began receiving inquiries and sales for
their noise reduction headphones from schools.

“We have had consistent sales to consumers looking to block the sound
of noisy neighbors or needing silence in order to concentrate at work,”
explained Lee Blue, founder of “Audio engineers
and recording artists have purchased the noise canceling headphones for
professional recordings because they prevent sound from bleeding into
live microphones when they are recording. It was just within the last
few months that we realized schools can utilize the headphones for a
variety of uses.”

Recently a Virginia Public school needed noise canceling headphones for
their language lab where students listen to foreign language CDs to
improve their language skills. “The school was looking for headphones
that would isolate the student so they could concentrate on their
language CD and not hear what other students were listening to. They
purchased several of our headphones and have had very good results,”
noted Blue. The noise reduction headphones not only
block out background sounds when an individual is wearing them, they
also keep in the sound or music being listened to so no one nearby is

There are several other uses of the noise canceling headphones in the
school setting. Most notably school bands and music teachers can use
the headphones for a variety of applications including: enabling
students to hear their own instrument through the din of the other
musicians and allowing students to hear what is being recorded through
a soundboard. The EX29 Extreme Isolation headphones have a 3.5mm plug
for use with portable music devices, iPods, etc. They also come with a
1/4 inch gold platted adapter for use with sound boards and other audio
equipment. School nurses and other officials who administer hearing
tests will find the headphones helpful in assessing student’s hearing
without the distracting sounds found in the school environment. Blue
said, “We hope that, with the beginning of the school year, we can
continue to serve schools and provide them with a great product.”

About is dedicated to providing noise reduction and noise
canceling headphones at a competitive price. Their customer service is
responsive and goes the extra mile to make sure each customer is
pleased with their purchase.

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Lee Blue

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Sunday, August 28, 2005

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