Cynaps – assistive listening Caps (headgear) using bone conduction technology

Cynaps Assist is a new breed of assistive listening headgear, to enhance hearing for faint, far away sounds using vibration. It uses bone conduction to direct the amplified sound into the inner ear using vibration.

Cynaps is a cap that you can use it to take calls or listen to music in private, yet without covering your ears.

Cynaps Bluetooth Bone Conduction Cap (Headlights Optional)

Use it for hearing sounds that cannot normally be heard without assistance.The caps are super adjustable and will fit most adult heads. The child caps are designed to fit most children from 0-12 years old. The adult cap is adjustable from 56-62cm and will fit most teens and adults 12 and over.

Cynaps delivers sound to your ears using tiny vibrations in the band. Hear music and take calls privately without blocking your ears.

Easy to wash with a damp cloth. You may liberally wash any area except the underside of the bill, where the microphone is located. You’ll see a small hole there. This is the only water sensitive part of the cap. Cynaps caps are well designed to protect the electronics from the elements above, so you can wear them in the rain without problems.

Cynaps Assist Bone Conduction Cap come with USB charging cable. Hear amplified sounds around you in fine detail using bone conduction. Maximum gain is 85dB.

Cynaps Bluetooth Bone Conduction Cap (Headlights Optional)

The cap for kids/teen is adjustable from 52-56cm (20 1/2 – 22 inches head circumference). These are super adjustable and will fit most children from 0-12 years old. The adult cap is adjustable from 56-62cm.

Modules can be taken out of the caps and installed into the cap or headgear of your choice if needed. Very versatile and easy to use.

Bone Conduction bypasses the eardrums. These devices decode sound waves and convert them into vibrations that can be received directly by the Cochlea so the eardrum is never involved. The “sound” reach the ears as vibrations through the bones (or skull) and skin.

Bone conduction headphones work by transmitting sound vibrations along your cheekbones instead of through the air. Sound vibration travels through the air, down the ear canal causing your eardrum to vibrate. Your brain processes these vibrations and interprets them as sounds.