Kidz Gear Unveils Wireless Headphones For Car Entertainment

Posted: Dec 21 2009, 5:24am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:24pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
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If you have a car with an entertainment system built in that lets kids watch movies while you are driving, odds are it came with wireless headphones to let the kids listen to the movie without you having to hear it. The headphones that come with most cars are not that great and if they are lost or broken, it is expensive to replace them.

Kids Gear has announced a new set of wireless headphones that will work with any IR entertainment system and are retailing for $34.99 normally. The headphones are even cheaper now at $29.99, on sale for the holidays.

You can also buy an adapter that will let the headphones be used with other gear like game systems and MP3 players. The headphones are sized for kids to make them comfortable to wear and they are available now.

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