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Music listening underwater.

Discussion in 'Accessories' started by Valyngar, Sep 13, 2019.

  1. Valyngar

    Valyngar Nassau Grouper

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    Is there any product that would make listening music underwater possible? For boring deco times.
     
  2. scrane

    scrane Manta Ray

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    If you find anything let me know!
     
  3. Aviyes

    Aviyes Barracuda

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  4. ScubaBunga

    ScubaBunga Nassau Grouper

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    not sure it's something you could carry with you - but maybe something from the boat like mermetsprings.com has to pump the music down to you...
     
  5. formernuke

    formernuke Manta Ray

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    Could you use a full face setup with communication system and the boat playing some music through there mic or is the range not good enough. Also like very very expensive if possible.
     
  6. Valyngar

    Valyngar Nassau Grouper

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    Waterproof Ipod sold out. :-(
     
  7. Sbiriguda

    Sbiriguda Manta Ray

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    Odd question... never seen anybody doing that. Interesting though
     
  8. kablooey

    kablooey Divemaster

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    I experimented with a set of waterproof earbuds made for lap swimmers.
    BIG MISTAKE!
    They blocked equalization and I experienced off-the-charts pain when I descended to about ten feet.

    Most of you probably already knew that would happen.

    K.
     
  9. Zef

    Zef Divemaster

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    What if you insert them at a deco stop and remove them in transit between stops?

    If one's buoyancy control is dialed in, then in theory, there should not be enough change in depth that one would need to constantly be preoccupied with ear equalization during a stop.

    Or, would water in the ear, before putting the earbuds in, negatively impact sound transmission?

    -Z
     
  10. remante

    remante Angel Fish

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    I still prefer diving without any sort of distractions.
     

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