At Quanta X Technology, we understand the electromagnetic radiation spectrum very well. We specialize in both offensive and defensive roles of EMF usage and protection. A good example of offensive EMR is the commonly used frequency of 1,182,500 GHz to inactivate viruses, better know as UVC, with a wavelength of 253.7 nm.
QuantaBuds Air Tube Headsets provide a defensive role from excessive EMR exposure for commonly used microwave frequencies in telecommunications, such as smartphone operation between 600 MHz and 10000 MHz (10 GHz).
|Conventional Headsets use wire to deliver sound to the earpiece and may also deliver electromagnetic radiation directly to your head into your ear.|
|The QuantaBuds air-tube headset delivers crystal clear sound through an air-filled wireless tube, which reduces the possibility of hazardous RF radiation exposure.|
The QuantaBuds air tube headset incorporates some of the most durable electronic components on the market today. Sleek and sophisticated in design, the QuantaBuds Air Tube Headset is the new standard by which all new radiation-safe headsets will be measured.
The stylish QuantaBuds air tube headset is available in a 2.5mm plug for older phones or a 3.5mm plug for newer smartphones. So whether it’s a cell phone, smartphone, or cordless phone — using a QuantaBuds headset is an effortless way to avoid cranial microwave radiation exposure.
Better Safe Today…Than Sorry Tomorrow:
This HANDS-FREE QuantaBuds headset with air tube technology is designed to keep potentially harmful radiation away from your head. There are no electrical components in your ears using an air-tube to conduct the sound to your head. Instead, much like a Doctor’s stethoscope, only an air tube is used to conduct sound to the earpiece.
The acoustic sound chamber replaces electrical components.
The crisp, clean sound is delivered to your ear via the air-filled wireless tube from state-of-the-art speakers preventing microwave radiation exposure.
Function Key and Mic – This allows for proper hands-free communication. In the rare occurrence that someone is unable to hear you well, hold this closer to your mouth as you speak. After inputting the number, you wish to call, press the function key to dial the intended number (or use your phone’s dial button as usual). While a call is in session, pressing this key again will end the call.