Kidz Gear has announced that its line of Wired Headphones for Kids has been expanded to include a new Apple version, designed specifically for the iPod, iPhone and iPad ‚ the Kidz Gear Apple Wired Headphones for Kids.
This Apple-specific version of the Kidz Gear headphones features unique ‚KidzControl” Volume Limiting Technology for a safe listening experience while helping to protect children’s hearing: an Inline Microphone: and a Remote with controls for Track Up, Track Down, and more.
KidzControl Volume Limiting Technology
Integrated into the new Apple headphones is the proprietary KidzControl Volume Limiting Technology, delivering an ‚always-on‚ safe volume limited listening experience for children of all ages, with maximum volume levels limited to between 80dB and 90dB levels. Ergonomically designed with soft padded child-sized ear-cups, high-quality audio components and value priced at only $29.95, the Kidz Gear Apple Wired Headphones for Kids are the perfect travel accessory for keeping children quiet and happy during long trips away from home.
Microphone Records Audio, Answers Phone, Issues Voice Commands to SIRI
The Kidz Gear Apple Wired Headphones for Kids Inline Microphone can be used to record audio, issue a voice command to iPhone’s SIRI personal assistant and answer phone calls on the iPhone, or talk through an internet phone, such as Skype. The Remote controls volume up and down, as well as lets the user play, pause, skip a track, return to a previous track or even hear the playlist that is currently active.
‚Clearly, one of the largest growing groups of users of our Kidz Gear headphones have been children using their iPods, iPhones and iPads,‚ said Laurie Peterson, Founder, Kidz Gear. ‚By adding these Apple-specific features, children are sure to get a more enjoyable and safe listening experience from their Apple products.‚
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