This little guy packs a punch! The Loud Party Horn iPhone 5 in Tie Dye is Loud's solution to hotel room speakers! Everyone involved with Loud are professional travelers and they're away from home for weeks at a time. When you get to your destination, it's important to make your hotel room, tent, or floor space, your home away from home. First, TUNES! You stick your iphone or ipod into the Horn and this little guy screams. No electricity or batteries required! The Party Horn is made out of silicone so you can throw it in your travel bag or in your pocket and not worry about breaking it. It's smoosh to fit. 1$ of this purchase goes to our Hear No Evil Project and the Let Them Hear Foundation benefitting the hearing impaired.
- 100% Silicone. Both suitable for iphone 5. No external power needed.
- Increases your iphone or ipod touch by 13 decibels of volume.
- Holds the iphone vertically and horizontally.
- Additional opening reserved for charger on the bottom.
- Washable, dirt and scratch resistant.
A word from Loud:
LOUD Headphones and our Hear No Evil Foundation:
"Our Hear No Evil project is one of and probably the most important reasons why Loud Headphones has been created. We have made it our goal to sell deaf people headphones! We know this sounds like a bad business model, but just stay with us for a second. Loud is donating $1 of each headphone sold to a cochlear implant foundation that will give deaf and the hearing impaired a second chance to hear again. Some people suffer from a deafness that cannot be corrected. Now there is a way to get and give back the gift of sound that most of us take for granted. This is where a partnership between the Let Them Hear Foundation and Loud Headphones come in.
A cochlear implant is a small device consisting of a microphone, transmitter and a speech processor that is surgically implanted. It helps provide sound to a person who is profoundly deaf or severely hard-of-hearing. The implant works for the majority of deaf people, but unfortunately there is a socioeconomic divide that prevents availability for people who want it but simply can’t afford it. The implant costs close to $40,000 in the United States and is not always covered by insurance. In some cases and especially with young children who are just learning to speak, intense speech therapy is required after the initial surgery and that is an additional expense on top of what is already a very expensive process.
This is where CL implant foundation such as Let Them Hear can play a huge role in helping kids and adults regain their sense of hearing or simply hear for the first time. Inspired by charitable business models Loud Headphones has taken it upon itself to help people give back the gift of sound. So we can sell literally everyone in the world a pair of headphones! (insert villainous laugh here) Jokes aside please take the time to listen to the NPR interview that helped spark the idea for this project. It made an impact on us and I’m sure it will on you too."