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Parents today have so much to worry about: their kids don't like to play outside, their expensive handheld game systems are downloading porn, ADHD is spreading like the flu and to top it all of, the little whippersnappers are listening to their music too gosh darn loud! Well Mr. and Mrs. Overprotective Parent, Ingemi Corp. can't solve all of your problems, but they make sure Nelly doesn't leave Junior deaf by middle age.

The iHearSafe earbuds limit the volume output of any music device to 80 decibels, which is slightly louder than normal conversation and about equal to an average telephone dial tone. It isn't toggle-based, so the limiter can't be turned off or circumvented, unless your kids are smart enough to get a different pair of earbuds or headphones. Just to be safe, superglue the iHearSafe into every audio jack on their electronics. You can never be too careful.


iHearSafe [via PopGadget]