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Kids Headphones With Volume Protection

By December 5, 2012

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There is a constant supply of headphones hitting the market these days that boast new sleek designs and high-spec audio capabilities. However, the majority of these mainstream headphones aren't usually suitable for kids. This is because most headphones don't have built-in volume level protection to safeguard against excessive noise that can damage hearing in the long-term.

If you're buying a gadget for a child such as an MP3 Player, PMP, or other portable that comes with standard earbuds/headphones (or has the facility to plug some in), then you may want to invest in a pair of headphones specially designed for kids. Not only will they generally be more comfortable to wear, but will also usually have a built-in volume limiter.

For a look at three headphones that are suitable for children to use, read our guide on Kids Headphones That Have Volume Protection for more information.

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December 7, 2012 at 9:38 pm
(1) Shannah says:

I really agree. I used to listen to my music loudly and now I have horrible hearing.

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