The electronic toy market has a wide range of varieties and high prices. At present, the more commonly used classification methods include classification by material, classification by user’s age, classification by product technology and functional structure, and so on. According to the different technology and functional structure of the product, it can be divided into voice control toys, light control toys, remote control toys, mechanical toys, pneumatic toys, electric toys, computer network toys, solar toys, infrared toys, laser toys, etc. According to the different materials used to make toys, it can be divided into cloth plush toys, metal toys, gum toys, clay toys, bamboo toys and glass toys. According to the different age levels used, it can be divided into baby toys (3 years old and under), preschool (toddler) toys 8 years old and under 8 years old, school children’s toys 14 years old and under 14 years old, and adult toys over 14 years old.
Relevant information shows that noise of more than 70 decibels will cause damage to the baby’s auditory system; 80 decibels of sound will make children feel noisy and uncomfortable. If the website promotes babies from the day they are born, various plush toys will begin to accompany them. Parents like to choose toys with sound for their children. Older parents may not know that some louder toys can pose risks to children’s hearing.
Relevant materials show that music sounds exceeding 70 decibels will harm the baby’s auditory system of cartoon toys, toys and gifts; 80 decibels will make children feel noisy and uncomfortable. If baby toys often reach 80 decibels, children will have headaches, dizziness, tinnitus, severe emotions, and impaired memory. If the endurance is comforted by music, the child is prone to excitement, poor tolerance, and lack of sleep.
Experts suggest that the volume of electric toys should be controlled below 70 decibels. For electric toys such as submachine guns, cannons, tanks, etc., within 10 centimeters, the music will usually reach 80 decibels or more. In addition to playing some toys, some toys can also play some music and songs, but if the volume is loud and the playing time is long, it will also risk children’s hearing. Therefore, when purchasing toys, parents cannot simply unravel the fun of the child, and must consider the easily overlooked identity of sound.