EM Radiation From Headphones - Demonstration

Discussion in 'Radiation' started by Amazoniac, Dec 20, 2017.

  1. shepherdgirl

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    Thanks very much for posting this, @cats ! This fabric seems like it could work. By any chance have you tried using this material? Any impressions?
     
  2. cats

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    You're welcome. I've handled it so I know that it's quite light and shouldn't add any noticeable weight to headphones. It should be installed under the pads of the headphone rather that over them since it would probably cause uncomfortable rubbing against the skin. I can't speak to the the effectiveness of the shielding as I don't have a device to measure EMF, but they do publish attenuation figures on the website. They've been selling it primarily to Hi Fi enthusiasts for many years, so it seems they are happy with it.
     
  3. shepherdgirl

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    Thanks for your reply @cats - i think i will contact them.
     
  4. Philomath

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    I use the hollow tube earbuds. I can’t say anything about their EMF production, but I think they sound just fine. They compare well to normal earbuds.
     
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