Vic Firth Kidphones Headphones  From Vic Firth

Vic Firth Kidphones Headphones are non-electric headphones that are specially sized for children and reduce overall noise levels by 22 decibels. From the start, caring for kids' hearing is important!

Vic Firth

$33.95

Retail:  $39.00

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Prolonged exposure to excessive levels of noise can have traumatic and lasting effects, including hearing fatigue, tinnitus and permanent hearing loss. These headphones drastically reduce levels of external sound reaching a musician's ears, offering valuable protection from potential damage.

Manufacturer's Description from Vic Firth

Vic Firth dB22 Isolation Headphones Features
Reduce overall noise levels by 22dB
Protection from hearing loss
Lightweight construction and padded foam cushions provide maximum comfort
Ideal for use in drum practice
Protect your ears by ordering yours today

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About Manufacturer

Everett "Vic" Firth is an American musician and the founder of Vic Firth Company (formerly Vic Firth, Inc.), a company that makespercussion sticks and mallets.

Founded in 1963 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, the company bills itself as the world's largest manufacturer of drum sticks and mallets, which are made in Newport, Maine. In 2010, the company merged with Avedis Zildjian Company; officials said at the time that the companies would continue to run independently.