Structure of the auditory sense
When a sound enters into the ear,
1. it arrives at the eardrum and moves the eardrum to stimulate the auditory nerve,
2. the cochlea receives the vibration,
3. and the cochlea transmits the sound to the brain through auditory nerve.
Common auditory sense
The vibration of the air is transmitted to the eardrum and the sound is transmitted to the brain through the cochlea.
The eardrum is a highly sensitive organ and, if it is exposed to long noise for a long time, it may be damaged resulting in loss of auditory sense.
Mechanism of bone conduction
Bone conduction has the mechanism to transmit the vibration of the bone to the auditory cochlea as a sound not passing the eardrum. It prevents the damage of eardrum and reduces the stress of the ear; a person with damaged eardrum may also hear the sound.
Profile : Product
Bone Conduction : Sound signal transmit directly to auditory sensor if inner ear through cranial bone, bypassing ear drum
despite long hours' use,
- Minimized Stress Level on Ear
people with weak hearing ability
- May Recognize Sound Signal
whilst outdoor activies
- Situational Awareness is Possible
Where vocal sound cannot be heard
- Telecommunication is Possible
beside external sound transmission,
- Compatible with various audio devices
Health - Heavy Music Listener
When feeling pain in the ear after long hours' listening
Safety - Outdoor Activist
When situational awareness is needed for multi-tasking
mission - Industrial. Military User
When noise cancellation is required on mission
Hearing - Senior People
When hearing ability is impaired related with ear drum