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Bedphones could aid poor sleepers with love of music

Jonathan Warren

14.11.2011

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Jonathan Warren
d0008338Listening to music in bed is a common trick used by poor sleepers to help them drift off to the land of nod and a new invention based on this concept has streamlined the process. 'Bedphones' seem to have made their mark through their lightweight and comfortable-to-wear design - at less than 1/4 inches in thickness and cushioned with foam to maximise the comfort of the user. Unlike traditional headphones, these innovative devices also come with an extra-long cable to allow users to wriggle around in their single bed without their listening experience and sleep being disrupted. Individuals in possession of an iPhone or Android phone may also want to make use of the free Bedphones Music Controller app, which allows individuals to switch off the music running from the device at the touch of their mobile phone's screen. There is also another Smart Mode function that turns the music off automatically when the user falls asleep.

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Jonathan Warren

Jonathan Warren

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