LSTN audio products are striving to “change lives through the power of music.”
LSTN uses reclaimed wood to create beautiful speakers, headphones, and earbuds. Customers choose from a variety of wood finishes. The process of using reclaimed wood and handcrafting each item ensures that each item is unique. LSTN creates their products from wood because they believe wood has great acoustics and allows for a rich, warm sound. These audio products are more than just a beautiful art with good sound quality.
Every time a LSTN product is sold, the proceeds are donated to the Starkey Hearing Foundation. The Starkey Hearing Foundation provides hearing aids to people in need with hearing loss or impairment. The LSTN and Starkey partnership is helping to provide hearing aids in the U.S., Peru, Kenya, Uganda, China, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia. In just three years LSTN has given the gift of hearing to approximately 20,000 people. The LSTN team has traveled with the Starkey Hearing Foundation and witnessed, first hand, the impact they make. LSTN’s website shows videos of children receiving hearing aids and the excitement on their faces’ is priceless.
I opted for earbuds, with the microphone, which typically cost around $50. I was able to get my pair on sale for $40. This included a travel bag and three different sizes of buds. My favorite feature of the earbuds is the nylon wrapped cord which prevents the earbuds from getting tangled. The cord REALLY works. I am very pleased with the sound quality of the product as well.
Hint, hint! The earbuds I got are still on sale! Head to LSTN’s website to learn more.