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Parents Control The Volume On These Child-Sized Headphones

Parents Control The Volume On These Child-Sized Headphones
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Design company creates headphones that will prevent long-term hearing loss.

Plus Aziz
  • 14 december 2012

Listening to loud music can damage hearing, but when children are left alone to listen to music, they can set the volume to whatever they want. To solve for this, Fuhu introduced Nabi Notes; they’re HD headphones specifically designed for children and they come with parental controls to limit volume and protect hearing.

To know which volume level a child is being exposed to, there is a light indicator on the side of the headphones. The design is also accompanied by a remote control so the parent can adjust volume without dealing with the music player itself.

The product is available for $99

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