Silynx For The Industrial Professional

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Rather than adding yet more weight, snag hazard, and another piece of the headset that can get in the way, SILYNX eliminated the external microphone that you may know as boom mics, lapel mics, and speaker mics and replaced it with a microphone about the size of a pin. That microphone is integrated into stem of the Silynx HPEDs (Hearing Protection Enhancement Devices). That stem and the microphone sits in the ear canal of the user.
When we speak, sound emanates from our mouth and gathers in our ear canals. By sealing the ear, and using Silynx TRUE VOICE technology, our HPEDs sense the voice present in the actual ear canal not from vibrations of bone. It converts that sound into electronic voice transmission out the radio. You know how you hear yourself when you plug your ears and talk? Well, that’s what TRUE VOICE technology senses and sends out the radio.
Yes, with the small size of our earbuds and the in-ear microphone all of our systems are optimal for use when your face is covered with equipment, such as a gas mask. The Silynx earbuds are far superior to most any other solution that is on the market, such as over the earmuffs. This application is detailed in a diagram found here.
Hear-thru allows you to maintain critical situational awareness, and to have face to face conversations without removing your hearing protection in all types of operational environments. Hear-thru is also known as electronically controlled hear-thru and sound localization. Users manually control the hear-thru volume level via assigned buttons on the product. Voice prompts indicate to the user when the system is set at either the lowest or the highest volume level. Silynx systems enhance the user’s natural hearing ability, allowing for awareness of ambient noises that would otherwise go unheard. Regardless of the hear-thru level that a user chooses at any given time, during impulse noise events the hear-thru system responds to the decibel increase, automatically and immediately compressing the noise until the decibels decrease back to safe levels.