Sound, downed

Kids, don’t let all the hype about being able to design your own inserts for the shell caps on the new $30 Griffin MyPhones fool you. Their real purpose is to make sure you can’t turn the volume up above 85 decibels. Apple has had a free iPod volume limiting app for some time, but we’re hoping the MyPhones will work with any device that accepts a 3.5 mm plug, and that they also get used by the over-17 set.

ipodnn: Griffin announces volume-limiting headphones for kids

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