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Griffin intros MyPhones headphones for kids


Griffin Technology has introduced its new MyPhones volume-limiting headphones for kids. Featuring an over-the-ear design, MyPhone offer a constant volume limit of 85 decibels to ensure safe listening, as well as a kid-friendly size, packaging that doubles as a customizable carrying case, tuned 30mm drivers for audio quality equal to that of Griffin’s adult earphones, and mix-and-match ear caps. Griffin’s MyPhones headphones will be available in early October and will sell for $40.

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$40? You can pick up a pair of Koss over the ear headphones that have fit my daughter since she was two and a half for $5 at Wal-Mart and just use the volume limiter on iPods if you’re concerned. Sound quality ain’t, but it’s good, particularly for the price and if, as now, they’re finally a bit broken up after nearly 3 years of service, I’ll only be out $5 to replace them.

A fool and his money are soon parted indeed.

Posted by Code Monkey on September 17, 2009 at 4:24 PM (CDT)


Code Monkey contributes a loooooot to iLounge. Perhaps he should become an editor.

Posted by iLly on September 17, 2009 at 6:31 PM (CDT)


Got my daughter the UE Loud Enough Earphones and she seems to like those. Not sure how they compare for SQ against these but would imagine that they’re better than most and so they don’t need to crank up the volume anyway. Think the UE’s can be had on special for less than these (if you look around)

Posted by yinyang on September 18, 2009 at 12:33 AM (CDT)

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