KR200321411Y1 - Vibration and massage headphone used to feel sound by bodily sensation - Google Patents

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KR200321411Y1
KR200321411Y1 KR20030012621U KR20030012621U KR200321411Y1 KR 200321411 Y1 KR200321411 Y1 KR 200321411Y1 KR 20030012621 U KR20030012621 U KR 20030012621U KR 20030012621 U KR20030012621 U KR 20030012621U KR 200321411 Y1 KR200321411 Y1 KR 200321411Y1
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Provides acoustic sensation vibration massage headphones. This acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone is fitted to the user's head and is equipped with a speaker body at both ends, and is installed on one side of the headphone body, the acoustic vibration generated by this acoustic signal when the acoustic signal is applied The device is installed inside the headphone body and is connected to the acoustic vibration device to transmit the vibration of the acoustic vibration device to each part of the headphone body, and is installed inside the headphone body, one end of which is connected to the vibration transmission member and the other side. The end is exposed to the head of the user through the head of the headphone, characterized in that it comprises a shiatsu projection for transmitting the vibration transmitted by the vibration transmitting member to the user's head.

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Vibration massage headphone {Vibration and massage headphone used to feel sound by bodily sensation}

The present invention relates to an acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone, and more particularly, to an acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone which can receive a scalp massage while listening to music by providing an acoustic vibration device for converting an acoustic signal into vibration.

Recently, as the industry develops rapidly and the environment is polluted, stress and tension are further increased, and various stress diseases and various adult diseases are prevalent.

For example, alopecia is mentioned as an example of various stress diseases and various adult diseases. That is, in the past, most of the genetic alopecia mainly generated in adult men, but in recent years as a variety of stress and tension is increasing the hair loss is spreading to women, examinees and adolescents.

Therefore, various methods and various devices for preventing such alopecia are newly proposed. As a representative method, a method of promoting blood circulation in the scalp is mainly used by fitting the scalp covering the skull with a predetermined vibration. Korean Utility Model Registration No. 142823 (name: vibration massager for head massage, registered on January 18, 1999) and Korean Patent Publication No. 26168 (name: head vibration massager, published on April 15, 1999) have.

However, such a conventional vibration massager and vibration massager performs massage and massage by a vibrator, which always induces a uniform vibration when power is applied, so that the effect of promoting blood circulation in the scalp is slightly reduced. Rather, the user who receives the massage and massage also has a problem of feeling somewhat bored while receiving the massage and massage.

Accordingly, the present invention has been made in view of the above problems, and an object of the present invention is to provide an acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone that can receive a scalp massage while listening to music by providing an acoustic vibration device that converts an acoustic signal into vibration. have.

1 is a perspective view showing an embodiment of an acoustic sensation vibration massage head according to the present invention.

2 is a perspective view partially cut away of the acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone shown in FIG.

3 is a front view of the acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone shown in FIG.

Figure 4 is a state of use of acoustic sensation vibration massage head according to the present invention.

Figure 5 is an embodiment cut in the A-A portion of the acoustic vibration device mounted on the acoustic sensation vibration massage head of Figure 2;

Figure 6 is a sectional view showing another embodiment of the acoustic vibration device used in the present invention.

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100: acoustic vibration massage headphone 120: headphone body

122: speaker 124: connection line

126: connection terminal 128: expansion and contraction

140: sound vibration device 160: vibration transmission member

The present invention acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone is fitted to the user's head and the headphone body is equipped with a speaker at each end, and is installed on one side of the headphone body, when the sound signal is applied to this sound signal Sound vibration device for generating vibration by the vibration unit, which is installed inside the headphone body and connected to the acoustic vibration device to transfer the vibration of the sound vibration device to each part of the headphone body, and installed inside the headphone body, one end Is connected to the vibration transmission member and the other end is characterized in that it comprises a shiatsu projection through the headphone body exposed to the user's head portion to transfer the vibration transmitted by the vibration transmission member to the user's head.

Preferably, the headphone body further includes a separate sound amplification unit (Unit) to amplify the sound signal to increase the massage effect of the user's head to change the magnitude of the user's listening sound and the strength of the vibration separately. It is characterized by being.

More preferably, the vibration transmitting member is formed of a metal or plastic material having a flat plate shape, and the acupressure protrusion is formed of a rubber material or a silicon material.

The acoustic vibration device is fixed to a frame, and the N pole and the S pole are permanent magnets formed on one plane, and are opposed to the permanent magnets. It is characterized by including an electromagnet that is selectively switched, and a rotating arm (Arm) to move the electromagnet up and down or left and right.

Hereinafter, an embodiment of the acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone 100 according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIGS. 1 to 6.

As shown in the figure, the acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone 100 according to the present invention is installed on one side of the headphone body 120 and the headphone body 120 that serves as a main body (Main body) and generates a predetermined vibration And a vibration transmitting member 160 connected to the acoustic vibration device 140 and transmitting the predetermined vibration generated by the acoustic vibration device 140 to each part of the headphone body 120. Acupressure protrusions 180 connected to the transmission member 160 and transmitting the vibrations transmitted by the vibration transmission member 160 to each scalp of the headphone 100 user to perform a massage function, and the headphone body 120. It is mounted to and is configured to include an acoustic amplification unit 190 for amplifying the sound signal applied from the outside in a predetermined form so that the massage effect is increased.

In more detail, the headphone body 120 has a shape of a plate body refracted in an arc type so as to fit into a user's head or the like, and at each end, a speaker for converting an electrical sound signal into vibration of air ( Speaker 122 and a stretchable portion 128 to stretch the position of the speaker 122 to a predetermined length is provided.

In addition, one speaker 122 of the speaker 122 at both ends is electrically connected to both the speaker 122 and the acoustic vibration device 140 mounted on the headphone body 120 from an external acoustic device (not shown). A connection line (Line 124) and a connection terminal (Terminal, 126) for transmitting the sound signal is provided.

Therefore, when the connection terminal 126 of the present invention is connected to the external audio device, the acoustic signal of the external audio device is transmitted into the headphone body 120 along the connection terminal 126 and the connection line 124 of the present invention. After being delivered into the headphone body 120, the speaker 122 and the sound vibration device 140 mounted in the headphone body 120 are respectively delivered.

On the other hand, the acoustic vibration device 140 is installed on one side of the headphone body 120 to generate a predetermined vibration is a device for generating a vibration by converting the sound signal into a vibration when a predetermined sound signal is received, the applicant of the present invention This has already been applied for a number of patents and utility models, the present invention will be applied mutatis mutandis. For example, application examples of the acoustic vibration device that the applicant of the present invention has already filed are Korean application Nos. 10-2001-0026923, 10-2001-0026924, 10-2001-0026925, 10-2002-0018190, 10-2002- 0027407, 20-2002-0023697, and the like.

Hereinafter, with reference to FIG. 5 and FIG. 6 as an example of the sound vibration device of the present invention among the plurality of sound vibration devices applied as described above will be schematically described.

First, referring to the first embodiment of FIG. 5, the acoustic vibration device 140, which is the first embodiment of the present invention, includes a frame 14 forming an outer circumferential surface and a frame 14 formed at the center of the frame 14. The housing 12 and the pair of permanent magnets (11, 11 ') mounted on the housing 12, the N pole and the S pole are formed on one plane, and arranged to correspond to each other with different polarities, and the frame ( Interposed in one side space and the other space of 14) and a pair of E-shaped core core (Core) and the pair of permanent magnets (11, 11 ') opposed to each other, respectively, to be wound to have a mutually opposite polarity A pair of coils (17, 17 ') arranged on the side of both ends of the E-shaped core core, and if there is no voice signal, the electromagnets (13, 13') to the N pole and S of the permanent magnet (11, 11 ') It is mounted on a pair of electromagnet neutral retaining bodies (25a, 25a ', 25b, 25b') and E-shaped iron core cores to be located at neutral points between poles. A pair of inertial weights 23 and 23 'for increasing the inertia force in the reciprocating rotation of the magnets 13 and 13', and electromagnets 13 and 13 'including the inertia weights 23 and 23' are vertically or horizontally One end is coupled to each of the E-shaped core core so that the movement, and the other end comprises a pair of rotary arms (21, 21 ') sliding to the frame 14 opposite to each of the E-shaped core core do.

Therefore, the acoustic vibration device 140, which is the first embodiment of the present invention, generates vibration while being operated by the following operating principle.

That is, when a predetermined sound signal is transmitted from the external sound device and applied to the coils 17 and 17 ', the coils 17 and 17' are changed according to the amplitude and phase of the sound signals applied to the coils 17 and 17 '. The wound E-shaped core core is changed into an electromagnet 13, 13 'having a predetermined polarity and a predetermined magnetic strength, and thereafter mutual attraction and repulsion with the permanent magnets 11, 11' mounted on the housing 12. Repetitive action of the 斥力 will be a predetermined reciprocating motion. The vibration vibration device 140 of the present invention is a predetermined vibration is generated by the reciprocating motion of the electromagnets (13, 13 ').

At this time, the reciprocating distance of the electromagnet 13, 13 'of the present invention simulates the amplitude waveform of the applied acoustic signal as it is. The vibration generated at 140 is also generated while being changed in various forms according to the acoustic signal.

On the other hand, referring to the second embodiment of the present invention sound vibration device 140 shown in Figure 6, the second embodiment of the sound vibration device 140 is a frame 34 and the frame (that forms the outer peripheral surface) 34, a pair of permanent magnets 31 and 31 'fixed to both sides of each other, a central portion 47 for dividing the frame 34, and a pair of permanent magnets respectively provided on both sides of the central portion 47. 31, 31 ') and a pair of c-shaped electromagnets 33, 33' having two protrusions 33a, 33a '33b, 33b', respectively, and a central axis 35 at the central portion 47; A pair of rotary arms 39 and 39 'which are fixed to move the pair of electromagnets 33 and 33' up and down or to the left and right, respectively, and one of the two protrusions 33a, 33a '33b and 33b' A pair of inertia weights respectively fixed to a pair of coils 37 and 37 'wound around 33b and 33b', and to other protrusions 33a and 33a 'of the two protrusions 33a and 33a'33b and 33b', respectively. And 43 'and 43'.

Therefore, the acoustic vibration device 140, which is the second embodiment of the present invention, generates vibration while being operated by the following operating principle.

That is, when a predetermined sound signal is transmitted from the external sound device and applied to the coils 37 and 37 ', the coils 37 and 37' are changed according to the amplitude and phase of the sound signals applied to the coils 37 and 37 '. The wound c-shaped electromagnets 33 and 33 'have a predetermined polarity and a predetermined magnetic strength, and then repeat attraction and repulsion with the permanent magnets 31 and 31' mounted on the frame 34. It will act as a predetermined reciprocating motion. The vibration vibration device 140 of the present invention is a predetermined vibration is generated by the reciprocating motion of the electromagnets (33, 33 ').

At this time, the reciprocating distance of the electromagnets 33 and 33 'mimics the amplitude waveform of the applied acoustic signal as it is. The vibration generated at 140 is also generated while being changed in various forms according to the acoustic signal.

In particular, in the case of the acoustic vibration device 140 according to the second embodiment of the present invention, the L (Left) signal and the R (Right) signal (right signal), which are components of stereo sound, are separated from each other. When the L signal and the R signal are separated and applied from the external acoustic device, the left and right electromagnets 33 and 33 'each have different vibrations, and thus the vibrations generated by the sound vibration device 140 of the present invention. Can come in many different forms.

On the other hand, the vibration transmission unit 160 is connected to the acoustic vibration device 140 and transmits a predetermined vibration generated in the acoustic vibration device 140 to each part of the headphone body 120 is a flat plate shape to transmit the vibration well It is preferably formed of a material that can transfer the vibration of the acoustic vibration device 140 well, for example, metal or plastic material such as copper plate.

In addition, the acupressure protrusion 180 connected to the vibration transmitting member 160 and transmitting the vibrations transmitted by the vibration transmitting member 160 to each scalp of the headphone 100 is well transmitted to the user's scalp. It is preferable that the material is formed of a material such as a rubber material, a silicon material, a ceramic material, or the like to prevent excessive impact.

In the above description, reference numerals 15 and 15 'show rotation shafts 15 and 15' for allowing the rotation arms Arm, 21 and 21 'to move, respectively, and reference numerals 19 and 19' denote rotation shafts ( The bearings (Bearing, 19, 19 ') fitted to the (15,15') is shown.

Hereinafter, the operation and effects of the present invention acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone 100 configured as described above with reference to FIGS. 1 to 6, in particular, as follows.

As shown in the figure, if an external audio device is connected to the connection terminal 126 of the inventive sound sensation vibration massage headphone 100, and then a predetermined sound signal is transmitted from the external sound device, the sound signal is connected to the connection terminal ( 126 and the connection line 124 is applied to the speaker 122 mounted at both ends of the headphone body 120 and the acoustic vibration device 140 mounted at the center of the headphone body 120, respectively.

Thus, both speakers 122 generates a sound that can be heard by the user while the predetermined sound signal is changed to predetermined air vibration, and the vibration device 140 generates vibration of a predetermined size according to the applied sound signal. Lose.

In addition, the acoustic vibration device 140 is a vibration transmission member 160 for transmitting vibration to each part of the headphone body 120, and the vibration of the vibration transmission member 160 to each scalp of the headphone 100 user Since it is coupled with the acupressure protrusion 180 to transmit the vibration generated in the acoustic vibration device 140 in this way, the scalp portion of the user of the headphone 100 through the vibration transmission member 160 and the acupressure protrusion 180 sequentially It will be delivered to and cause a massage effect.

Therefore, the head of the head 100, the scalp portion of the user will be promoted blood circulation due to the massage effect, such that the scalp blood circulation promotion will cause a variety of effects, such as headache reduction and hair loss progression.

At this time, the vibration generated in the above-mentioned acoustic vibration device 140 is generated by changing the vibration generated in accordance with the various amplitude changes of the applied acoustic signal in a very different form, so that the massage effect is transmitted to the user of the headphone 100. Becomes more and more.

In particular, when the signal applied to the acoustic vibration device 140 is separately applied to the L signal (left signal) and R signal (right signal), as shown in Figure 6, the acoustic vibration device 140 according to the present invention The vibration generated in the) will appear in more various forms, the massage effect to be delivered to the headphone 100 user will be maximized.

As described above, since the acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone 100 according to the present invention performs a massage that is variously changed to a predetermined rhythm or predetermined beat while responding to a fine sound signal rather than a uniform massage by a vibrator as in the related art. It will perform a significantly superior massage effect than the prior art will cause a variety of effects, such as headache reduction and hair loss progression caused by the blood circulation of the scalp.

In addition, since the acoustic sensation vibration massage head 100 according to the present invention performs the vibration or massage according to the sound source while listening to music, the user of the headphone 100 can not only be freed from the conventional boredom, but also the user when the sound source is bored You can easily replace it with another sound source you want.

In the above, the present invention has been described with reference to the specific embodiment shown, but this is only illustrative, it will be understood by those skilled in the art that various modifications and variations of the embodiment are possible therefrom. . Therefore, the scope of the present invention should be defined by the appended claims of utility model registration and equivalents thereof.

As described above, the acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone according to the present invention reacts to a fine sound signal, not a uniform massage by a general motor, that is, a vibrator, as in the prior art, while varying the intensity of vibration according to the sound intensity. Because it performs a changing massage, it is possible to perform a significantly superior massage effect than the prior art has the advantage of causing a variety of effects, such as headache reduction and hair loss progression prevention due to the blood circulation of the scalp.

In addition, since the acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone according to the present invention performs the vibration, or massage according to the sound source while listening to music, the headphone user can not only get out of the conventional boredom, but also easily to another sound source that the user wants when the applied sound source is bored. There is an effect that can be replaced.

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  1. A headphone body fitted to a user's head and equipped with speakers at both ends;
    An acoustic vibration device installed at one side of the headphone body and generating vibration by the acoustic signal when an acoustic signal is applied;
    A vibration transmitting member installed inside the headphone body and connected to the sound vibration device to transmit vibrations of the sound vibration device to each part of the headphone body;
    It is installed inside the headphone body, one end is connected to the vibration transmission member and the other end penetrates through the headphone body to the user's head portion is exposed to the head of the user vibration transmitted by the vibration transmission member head of the user Acoustic sensation vibration massage headphone comprising acupressure projections to deliver.
  2. According to claim 1, wherein the headphone body further includes a separate sound amplifier unit for amplifying the sound signal to increase the massage effect of the user's head to change the intensity of vibration separately from the size of the sound that the user hears Sound sense vibration massage headphones characterized in that there is.
  3. According to claim 1, wherein the vibration transmission member is formed of a metal material or a plastic material which is a material capable of transferring the vibration of the flat plate shape well, the acupressure projections are acoustic or vibration, characterized in that formed of a rubber material or silicon material Massage headphones.
  4. The method of claim 1, wherein the acoustic vibration device is fixed to the frame and the N pole and the S pole is a permanent magnet formed on one plane, the permanent magnet is opposed to the permanent magnet is wound on a coil on one side polarity is selective as the sound signal is applied Sound-sensing vibration massage headphone, characterized in that it comprises an electromagnet that is converted to, and a rotating arm that allows the electromagnet to move up and down or left and right.
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WO2008123667A1 (en) * 2007-04-05 2008-10-16 Seong Sig Choi Headphone with vibration speaker
KR101366001B1 (en) * 2013-10-24 2014-02-24 주식회사 세일 Vibrating headphones
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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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KR101366001B1 (en) * 2013-10-24 2014-02-24 주식회사 세일 Vibrating headphones
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