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iPod Headphones: Earphones for Nano, Shuffle, Touch & Classic i-Pods

Funny Gadgets The humble headphone is one of those things that you just can't imagine will ever be replaced. Even if they turned it into some sort of implant that was surgically crammed into your earhole it will always be the same concept. Getting the sounds from your device down your ear canal to your brain. The only options you have is which brand and how much to spend and the range is phenomenal:

iPod Headphones Apple iPod Remote and Earphones: If you own and use an Apple iPod, then you know the convenience of being able to download thousands of songs from your home PC or Mac computer, and listen to them wherever you go. But what if you could get even better sound performance from your iPod?

The Apple iPod Remote and Earphones give you a convenient way to manage and select your music, while delivering sound quality that is far superior to the earphones that come standard with most iPods.

Instead of using the ceramic, cobalt, or aluminum drivers that are found in most earphone packs, the Apple iPod Remote and Earphones use neodymium transducers. This gives these headphones up to5 times the power of standard headphones, giving you a more enjoyable and dynamic listening experience.

These earphones also have a remote built into the wire, which makes rewinding, fast forwarding, and controlling the volume of your iPod easier than ever. The remote has a clip that you can attach to your shirt or jacket, so your headphone wires will never be in the way. It also includes a locking function that keeps the buttons from being pressed accidentally.

So if you're looking for ways to get even more enjoyment from your iPod, check out the Apple iPod Remote and Earphones - at under £50, it is a great way to enhance your listening experience.

Apple iPod Nano In-Ear Lanyard Headphones: Do you love to listen to music downloaded from your home PC or Mac to your Apple iPod Nano while you are on the go, but hate the long headphone wire that gets in your way while you are working out at the gym, cleaning the house, or engaging in any other activity that involves significant movement?

The Apple iPod Nano In-Ear Lanyard Headphones offers a convenient solution to deal with this problem. The lanyard fits around your neck, just like a necklace, and accommodates iPods by connecting to the iPod Nano's docking port, rather than the headphone jack. So your iPod Nano hangs from your neck like a pendant, rather than being clipped to your belt or stuffed into your pants pocket.

The headphones are directly connected to the lanyard, so the wires are short enough that they won't get in your way while you are working or playing. And when you want to change your music selection, just look down - you'll be able to control your music with ease, since you iPod will be hanging from the lanyard.

With the Apple iPod Nano In-Ear Lanyard Headphones, you'll never have to worry about getting tangled up in your iPod's headphone wires again!

Etymotics Ety8's Bluetooth Headphones for iPod: Having an Apple iPod to listen to the catalogue of music you have downloaded from your home PC or Mac computer can be a great way to take all of your favorite music on the go. But if you're ever tried to listen to your iPod while working out at the gym, cleaning the house, or mowing the lawn, then you know the frustration of having a long headphone cord to get in your way.

One of the newest and most advanced ways of dealing with this problem is to purchase the Etymotics Ety8's Bluetooth headphones for iPods. These headphones produce superior sound and cancel out distracting noise, while eliminating the need for a headphone wire. They fit in your ear, just like standard iPod earphone buds, so they provide plenty of quality sound for your listening enjoyment.

The Ety8's also have a long lasting battery that powers them - you can use them for up to 8 hours between chargings. This means that you'll never have to worry about your Bluetooth headphones running out of power in the middle of a workout.

At nearly £300 with the iPod adapter, the Ety8's are not an inexpensive investment, but if you want superior sound without the messy headphone wire, they are some of the most sophisticated iPod headphones available today.

Griffin iTalk Pro Microphone for iPod with Video: You probably know that an Apple iPod is a great choice for downloading and playing music from your Mac or PC, but did you know that you can use iPods as voice recording devices as well? The Griffin iTalk Pro Microphone for iPod with Video can quickly and easily turn your iPod into a digital voice recorder. The tiny microphone unit plugs into your iPod's headphone jack, so setting up your voice recorder is quick and painless. You won't have to worry about getting poor quality sound either, thanks to the iTalk Pro's automatic gain control, which automatically adjusts to provide the best recording possible, no matter what your surroundings.

The Griffin iTalk also includes and integrated mini speaker, so you don't have to wait until you get back to your computer to hear your recording - you can play your audio back instantly, so you can make sure you didn't miss anything important.

The iTalk even includes a pass through jack, so you can connect your headphones to listen to music or your voice recordings without having to remove the iTalk unit from your iPod.

At less than £35 USD, the iTalk Pro is an inexpensive device that can help you get even more out of your Apple iPod.

Logitech FreePulse Wireless IPod Headphones Using your Apple iPod to download music from your home PC or Mac computer is a great way to take all of your favorite music on the go. But if you listen to your iPod while you are working out at the gym, cleaning the house, or any other activity that involves moving about, then you know the aggravation of getting tangled in your headphone cord, and pulling the jack out of your iPod while you are in the middle of an activity.

With the Logitech FreePulse Wireless Headphones for iPods, you'll never have to deal with a long headphone cord again. These wraparound style headphones use Bluetooth technology to receive a strong, clear signal from the transmitter that attaches to your iPod's line out port - the FreePulse Headphones and receiver include a variety of adapters to secure the receiver to nearly any model of iPod available today. The set also includes an AC adapter with dual ports to charge both the headphones and the receiver unit that attaches to your iPod. When fully charged, the headphones and receiver unit will last about 6 to 7 hours, giving you plenty of time to enjoy all of your favorite music between charges.

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