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Headphones For Kids

Headphones to Protect a Pint-Size Concertgoer's Hearing

Rock stars and groupies are starting young these days. Help them prep for their Summer of alfresco music venues with an accessory. Regardless of whether your tot is rock royalty or not, his wee ears need to be protected when music is blaring at decibel levels that leave adults' heads ringing for days after an event. Kingston Rossdale, Apple Martin, and Milo Langdon have made headphones designed to protect toddler eardrums a concert fashion statement. Several tot-size, noise-reducing headphones are available for children over 6 months old, usually with enough cushioning to keep them from squeezing little heads. Here are a few of best ones we found.

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Renees3 Renees3 8 years
my father is a musician. I LOVED watching him play growing up. I don't understand why people would say the children should stay home. They get to watch their parent do their job, something they love and be apart of it. Why shouldn't they get to experience that?
katedavis katedavis 8 years
My husband works in the music business and we're thinking about taking my two-year-old son to his first concert this summer- a band my husband signed. We thought it would be a really nice thing to share with him and a great way to start showing him what daddy does at work everyday. I had looked into headphones a while back, but thanks for rounding them up here!
jmast jmast 8 years
I didn't go to a concert until I was 16. I think that's better.
snarkypants snarkypants 8 years
OR you could get a babysitter.
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