Which sound machines have brown noise?

//Which sound machines have brown noise?

Brown noise is deeper and stronger at the low end, without the high frequency sounds of white and pink noise. It can sound similar to the hard, gentle surf that comes with a storm. It’s a unique frequency range and rare to find in many sound machines. Fortunately we do offer several sound machines with a brown noise profile:

Sound+Sleep SE – The Special Edition has a single brown noise profile, along with pink noise, white noise and 60+ other profiles. It’s our flagship sleep machine with an outstanding feature set and feedback.

Sound+Sleep Mini – The Mini also has a single brown noise, pink noise, white noise and 40+ other sound profiles. The Mini still has a great feature set but unlike the SE, it is much more suitable for travel due to its smaller size and optional use of batteries. Plus the Mini is at a cheaper price point compared to the SE.

Lectrofan Kinder – The Kinder has 5 brown noise profiles, ideal for finding the exact pitch. It also has a large range of variant for pink and white noise. The Kinder is designed specifically for children, babies and toddlers and features a custom-colour, calming night light and can be controlled by a smartphone app for convenience.

If you’re after all the features possible for the best chance of a good nights sleep, we strongly recommend the Sound+Sleep SE. If your after something easier on the pocket, or if you like to travel frequently the Sound+Sleep Mini might be the ideal sleep machine for you. If you have a child, then without a doubt the Lectrofan Kinder will be the perfect device for them, afterall it is nicknamed the bedtime buddy. Take a look at our range of sound machines in our shop.

 

By |2018-09-07T11:25:57+01:00August 29th, 2018|Brown Noise|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Clare Bremner 16th March 2019 at 11:11 am - Reply

    It would be good to be able to sample the various sounds, since there is quite a variation in the range of brown noises, and some of them can be irritating rather than soothing. I’m not willing to pay £125 for something l haven’t been able to test for suitability.

    My other question is about volume control: how loud is the maximum output? I wouldn’t be using it to aid sleep, but to block neighbour DIY noise during evenings and weekends, so would like a decent level of sound.

    • Sound+Sleep UK 2nd April 2019 at 10:19 am - Reply

      Hi Clare, thanks for your comment.

      We don’t have samples of the brown noise, but you can find a sample of some of the sounds for the SE if you scroll down on this page: https://www.soundofsleep.co.uk/soundsleep-se/

      Maximum output is very loud, but is subjective so would be best for you to test yourself. We offer a 30 day no quibble returns policy so you can be confident you can test a device and send it back if you don’t like it 🙂

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