Check out the list of commonly asked questions about dBLogic products and SPL2 Technology. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, please contact us.
Your dBLogic earphones should fit comfortably and snugly inside your ear canal. There are small, medium, and large eartips inside the box. Try on the sized eartips to find out the right size for you. They should stay in place when you move around and feel comfortable.
You also have choice of wearing the cable down in front of you ear or up and around the back of your ear. Most users prefer to wear these dB Logic earphones with the cable up and over the ear for maximum comfort and a secure fit. Click on the Instructions Manual to for a visual description.
dB Logic earphones are also called in-ear monitors. These in-ear monitors are widely recommended over normal earbuds that sit inside the outer ear for several reasons:
– Your dB Logic earphones create a tight seal in your ear canal blocking out the ambient noise around you. You no longer need to turn you music up as loud because there is no other noise interrupting the flow of sound into your ear. This style of earphone encourages healthier listening levels.
– With your dB Logic earphones, you no longer have to worry about annoying earbuds that fall out of your ears every time you move your head. The double flange eartips fit securely inside the ear canal. Three pairs of the eartips come with the dB Logic earphones. Try them on and see what size is best for you.
Your dB Logic headphones are designed to fit any size head comfortably. Simply move the headband clasps to an approximate fit and stretch the headphones over your head until the cans fit securely on both of your ears. The headphone cans swivel to fit the shape of you head, and the adjustable headband holds them in place.
While other products that require battery use active operation, dB Logic uses advanced SPL2 Technology, an "always on" passive operation. SPL2 places a tiny circuit between the music player and the ear piece, which manipulates the signal and lowers the volume while still keeping the shape of the audio signal.
No. Designed to be worry-free, hassle-free devices, all dB Logic headphones and earphones have SPL2 technology built in and always turned on.
Sound pressure is measured in decibels (dB). The average person can hear sounds down to about 15 dB, the level of rustling leaves. Exposure to sounds above 85dB increase the risk of experiencing permanent hearing damage over time. Please visit our SPL2 Technology page. For more information and helpful links to our research.
You do not need to make any special adjustments to your media player when listening on dB Logic headphones and earphones. Simply listen to a volume level that is comfortable for you.