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JVC HA-KD10-P Tiny Headphones for Kids - Pink

by JVC

RRP: £29.99
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  • Limits maximum sound volume, Easy to clean
  • Comfortable soft ear pads, Cord length 0.8m
  • Compact size for kids
  • Battery included
  • Age 4+

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 22 x 21 x 8.8 cm ; 132 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 499 g
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  • Item model number: HA-KD10-P
  • ASIN: B001H9IKP0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 Oct 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The JVC HA-KD10-A BLUE are tiny headphones designed for children. The JVC Tiny Phones can be used for listening to music and watching movies. The Tiny Phones are compact and lightweight with comfortable ear cousions.

These Tiny Phones HA-KD10-A-E are compact, colourful, lightweight and easy to clean, with comfy earpads that limit noise to 90 dB. These Tiny Phones HA-KD10-A-E headphones work on one AAA batteries (included) and come with a 0.8-metre cable.

Features:

Colour : Pink.
Limits maximum sound volume.
Comfortable soft ear pads.
Compact size for kids.
Battery included.
Suitable for Age 4 and over.
Easy to clean.

Technical Specifications:

Connectivity : Cable.
Design : Over the Head.
Max. Power Handling : 100 mW.
Frequency Response : 15 Hz - 23 kHz.
Impedance : 33 ohm.
Cord Length : 0.8m.

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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By T. Russell on 18 July 2011
These headphones would be excellent but have a MAJOR design flaw which is not obvious from their description and which makes me regret ever buying them.

They have a built-in volume limiter which has an on/off switch and requires a AAA battery. They cannot be operated without the limiter and accessing the battery compartment requires a small philips screwdriver (the usual ad hoc car keys/knife/credit card etc won't do).
If your children are anything like mine they will leave the them switched on, despite being told umpteen times to switch them off when not in use, thereby draining the battery, rendering them unuseable.
The volume limiter is a nice idea, but seeing as many audio devices nowadays have one on-board, and have at least a volume control, it's pretty surplus to requirements.

It's a shame as they are comfortable, fit well, look good and sound good.
So, if you buy them be prepared to either carry around a supply of AAAs and a small philips screwdriver, or be left without useable headphones.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Graeme Thomson on 1 Nov 2009
My 4 year old daughter always moaned about headphones falling off. Not anymore the JVC Tiny Phones are fab - fit great and have a volume control on them. Well worth the money, I would recommend these for all kids...
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Newbonic on 19 Oct 2009
My 5 year old loves these headphones and uses them on the laptop when logged into ceebebies, nickjr, etc. They are also usable in a DS.

The inbuild volume limiter is great for our peace of mind that the kids haven't cranked the vol up to 11 and are in the process of deafening themselves with the High School Musical soundtrack.

Only drawback is that kids must remember to switch the 'phones off - which they often won't!
So I'd recommend getting a battery charger and a pack of rechargeable AAA batteries to go with them.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Craig on 11 Aug 2011
The colours of these headphones show that the marketeers have thought through the demographics of the user. Nice bright primary colours appeal to kids and help sort out the "he/she has my headphones" arguments. The designers have likewise done a great job, headphones that actually fit you little ones heads and also cushion comfortably. The engineers have not thought through the purpose of the headphones. The idea is that the sound level should be limited so that little ears do not receive to many decibels causing ear damage. On these headphones this is done with a little lozenge style box that sits in the middle of the headphone lead. If it is on the headphones are on, if it is off the headphones are off, (begs the question why have a switch at all). The unit runs off an AA battery so if you leave it on as small kids will do, then you can't use the headphones. You need to carry a posi screwdriver around with you to change the battery. The switch on the lozenge box is a weak link because to much kiddie power can easily break it. Battery life if you can keep turning them off when not in use is OK. One final point, the headphone leads are actually quite short and not ideal for using with a DVD player mounted to the headrest of a car.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Gary Foster on 9 Jan 2010
Disagree with the previous review. These are designed for use with an mp3 player where you don't want a ridiculously long lead to trip over, especially as they are designed for kids. The chap must have a very small head too - I can wear them but only on the largest setting. One thing I must point out is that the sound quality is excellent for kids headphones and at the price a real bargain. They look good, sound good and are comfortable to wear. The "closed" design also means that there isn't a lot of sound leakage in or out. Recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rog on 14 April 2011
My daughter loves these headphones as she finds the IPOD ones which stick into your ear too painful. These are well made and comfortable (and pink). The only downside is that they require a AAA battery for the volume control function which goes flat if you forget to turn it off when you turn the music player off.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mrs D on 30 Jan 2010
These are great! We got them for my 5 year old daughter, who was thrilled to get an MP3 Player for Christmas but the 'phones that came with it were too big for her little ears. These are comfortable and not too loud, so there's every chance she'll still have her hearing intact at 10 years old. You have to remember to operate the off/on switch on the 'phones as well as the MP3 unit.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lynda Shaughnessy on 25 Sep 2009
These are ideal for any small child using a personal DVD player or gaming device. They are comfortable and do not fall off easily, also the sound is confined to within the headphone, so it is not annoying sitting next to anyone using them!
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