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  • Burton Technologies AB-WHITE Acoustibuds Original Flexible Tips for earphones and Bluetooth, 2 Pair, 2 Sizes, WHITE - (Discontinued by manufacturer - Replaced by Acoustibuds Model EPB)
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Burton Technologies AB-WHITE Acoustibuds Original Flexible Tips for earphones and Bluetooth, 2 Pair, 2 Sizes, WHITE - (Discontinued by manufacturer - Replaced by Acoustibuds Model EPB)


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  • Helps Earbuds Stay In User'S Ears Better, Even During Extreme Activity
  • Designed to Fit Most Ears
  • Compatible With Flat-Faced Earbuds 15Mm - 20Mm In Dia
  • Adapter Stretches & Conforms Around Earbud For A Secure Fit
  • Closely Spaced Fins Flex & Conform to Ear to Help Prevent Earbuds From Slipping Out
  • Acoustically tuned twin cone core for unimpeded audio delivery
  • Fins conform to ear for great fit, bigger bass and improved sound isolation
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Burton Technologies AB-WHITE Acoustibuds Original Flexible Tips for earphones and Bluetooth, 2 Pair, 2 Sizes, WHITE - (Discontinued by manufacturer - Replaced by Acoustibuds Model EPB) + EARBUDi Clips on and off Your Apple iPod or iPhone Earbuds + NEW-EARBUDi Clips on and off Your Apple iPod® or iPhone 5® EarPods
Price for all three: $29.97

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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Technical Details

Color: White
  • Apple ; Blackberry Stereo Headsets; HTC; JVC Gummy HA F140; Kanon A-18; Kanon KM-608; Koss Sportbuds; Motorola; Palm; Plantronics; Sennheiser; Sennheiser MX 260I; Skullcandy; Sony; Zune; Apple; Blackberry; Google; HTC Wildfire; Nokia E Series;;T-Mobile Windows Phone; T-Mobile MyTouch 4G; Apple iPod Classic; Shuffle; Archos; Coby 4GB Video MP3 player; Zune; Samsung; Sony; Arriva Leo; BlueAnt Z9i
  • The shape of your ear is unique and not related to your body size or gender. Many people can use more than one size of ACOUSTIBUDS, and your left ear may take a different size than your right. A larger size provides more sound isolation and bass. Most people can listen at a reduced volume because of the seal to the ear. Stretch ACOUSTIBUDS over the flat speaker face of your earphones. Avoid covering the bass ports on your earphones. Then, wiggle ACOUSTIBUDS into the ear with an up-down motion.
  • noise-isolation
  • sports-and-exercise
  • water-resistant

Product Details

Color: White
  • Product Dimensions: 2.6 x 0.8 x 5.2 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001GPCBPU
  • Item model number: AB-WHITE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (355 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 25, 2008

Product Description

Color: White

ACOUSTIBUDS Premium Earphone and Bluetooth earbud adapters are the perfect "Stocking Stuffer". The ACOUSTIBUDS design revitalizes flat faced earphones to provide unparalleled retention, comfort, enriched acoustics and sound isolation. ACOUSTIBUDS are the Best Earphone Solution for your Apple iPhone 4S, iPod, and iPad. MADE IN THE USA. Adapters only, earphones not included. White, 2 Pair & 2 Sizes.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The sound quality improved.
ronneenwalker
These come in two different sizes (5 and 6) and the smaller size are still too large for my ears.
Keith Kleinert
They stay in your ears and are very comfortable!!
Amy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 71 people found the following review helpful By sayock on December 23, 2008
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
This review is for those of you who see all the consistently high reviews on this product and wonder if it its really as good as all that (high sound quality, noise canceling, do they really stay in, etc). I have only had these for a short while, but I will be as detailed as possible based off my experience so far.

I am using these with iPod earphones. They do make them sound a lot better, and they DEFINITELY stay in your ears, no matter how you move your head. You can even tug on the earphones (a bit) and they stay in. However...if you're anything close to an audiophile, i.e. you like incredible sound, these don't increase sound quality to that point. I have tried various EQ settings on my iPod Touch (maybe the most satisfactory being the "loudness" or "hip hop" setting for bass and sound quality), and these still basically sound like earphones...very good earphones, but earphones nonetheless. They don't really compete with even headphones like neckbands from companies such as Sony, etc, and so on if you like bass and high-quality sound. This is not revolutionary in that aspect. But they do make earphones sound better and do seem to add SOME bass. Volume is also not an issue--your mp3 player is probably at least as loud as before with these.

And they also do a decent job of knocking out noise from the outside. I doubt you could go on a very noisy subway with many people near you talking and the sound of the train and these totally cancel those sounds out, unless you play the music at the top of the volume. I can turn the TV up to a volume I watch it with my fan on and still hear the TV distantly. And you definitely can't sit with just the earphones on with no music and block out noise. But you don't have to turn things around you nearly all the way down with these.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By N. MacLean Miller on February 25, 2009
Color Name: White
I noticed a lot of reviews talking about how these are just too big for their ears but I thought maybe they just have oddly small ears. well after ordering them I realized they were right. The larger size that comes is WAY to big almost as if it's for a giants ears! The smaller size is still too big but I can make it work if I JAM them into my ear really hard, if I do this they do sound pretty nice and they stay in better than without but my ears start to kill after a while. I went to the manufacturers website to see if I could replace them for a size smaller but they don't even make any other sizes, once they decide to make just one size smaller I'll give this product a 4 maybe even 5 stars but until then they're just not usable!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Michael D. Kastler on March 20, 2009
Color Name: White
Like many people, I do a lot of things with my iPod, so finding good headphones that are comfortable and practical is very important to me. During a given week I'll be working out, running, biking, on a plane, and sitting around with some `bud' or other stuck in my ear. The standard earbuds that come from Apple and you can get cheaply everywhere just don't cut it in my opinion - they aren't the right size, they move around or fall out, and tend to trap bubbles of sweat in your ear canal when they do stay in if you're working out.

So I was very interested when I heard about Acoustibuds - if it would be possible have a low-cost way of improving the standard bud setup I'd be all for it! These attachments are definitely an improvement on your basic buds, and while I can't whole-heartedly endorse them for everyone, I think they are a particularly good solution for a specific user; particularly anyone who is not satisfied with the earphones included in the new Apple Shuffle, which basically force you to use their buds.

So what are these things anyways? Simply, they are small, grooved rubber cones with the large end just big enough to slip over the round end of your bud, and the small end positioned to pump sound into your ear canal. They are easy to install and use, but make sure you get the right size (mine were a little too big, which made them a touch uncomfortable). Once attached, pull your earlobe and push these gently down into your ear canal, twisting a little to get good placement. After some experimentation and adaptation, I found them surprisingly comfortable. The sound quality with the caps was noticeably improved as well - perhaps due to the fact that less of the audio was being lost to the ambient air with the loose fit a standard bud gives.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Tom D VINE VOICE on June 1, 2009
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
The short version. Out of the box I was disappointed, but after trying them anyway, was surprised at how comfortable and effective they are. Good buy.

The package contains two sizes, "5's" and "6's" which equates to the number of fins on the Acoustibud, and the "6" is, on close inspection, about a millimeter in diameter larger. When I buy an in-ear headset with different size inserts I always end up using the smallest version so must have a relatively small ear canal. Though there are two sizes, I suspect most people will be able to use both sets. Either one seems to fit my ear.

Out of the box, I didn't like these, because they just didn't feel like they'd stay in. I had the expectation that they'd feel more like an earplug, but they didn't feel snug. But they had several good Amazon reviews so they'd earned some patience and a fair trial.

They assemble easily on an earbud. They're very soft, comfortable, but for me just didn't seem secure. With all the wiggling the instructions indicate are necessary they "seat" OK. But I found I had to sort of stretch my earlobe and fidgit to get them in.

But I've worn them running for a little over 50 miles now and concluded that the "not feeling secure" is simply remarkably soft comfort. They've never hinted at falling out. If you exercise intently with any kind of earpieces you've experienced perspiration working its way into your ear or around the headset. It's especially annoying with any "in the ear" piece. The Acuostibuds block the perspiration from the inner ear. Nice unexpected benefit.

They don't shield any appreciable noise. As a point of reference, I have some low end in-ear Shure's that I use on airplanes, and they DO block noise.
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