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Teac Filltune Bone Conducting Headphones

Teac Filltune Bone Conducting Headphones

Teac of Japan goes high end with their HP-F100 Filltune HiFi Bone Conducting Headphones ($499). These pricey headphones are designed for upper quality sound reproduction and will let you blast Underoath while still being in touch with the world around you — and without killing your ears. Quality features include the ability to have up to .76 watts delivered to each channel, a lightweight design and playback of up to 10 hours on 3 AAA batteries.

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