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Jingle Bell Swing

Great gifts that bring you closer to the music you love

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Puro Sound Labs BT2200 volume-limited Bluetooth headphones

Puro Sound Labs BT2200
Puro Sound Labs BT2200 volume-limited Bluetooth headphones.

It’s a great feeling to give a kid his or her first good audio product, especially if it’s one you know won’t damage their hearing. Many of the supposedly “safe for kids” headphones can play well above safe levels, but the Puro Sound Labs BT2200’s built-in digital limiter ensures your child can’t crank it up too loud. And because these ’phones are tuned to come very close to the sound of studio-favorite models such as Sony’s MDR-7506, adult jazz fans worried about their hearing will love them, too.

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Brent Butterworth

Brent Butterworth has been a professional audio journalist since 1989, and has evaluated and measured thousands of audio products. He is currently a writer at Wirecutter and editor of the SoundStage Solo headphone site; served as an editor at such magazines as Sound & Vision and Home Theater; and worked as marketing director for Dolby Laboratories. He also plays double bass with several jazz groups in Los Angeles.