Music should bring people together, but when you’re on a packed bus or tube, some people just don’t appreciate it when your commute play-list starts blaring out of your tinny phone speaker. If only there was some way to share your music with all of your friends, without raising the ire of your fellow commuters. Today, you are in luck.
The SharePhones are such a simple work of genius that you’ll be surprised that they don’t exist. Each set of headphones has two auxiliary-out sockets built-in to the cans, so you can effectively network your music around your entire social group. One set of headphones on their own is fine and dandy for sharing your music with two friends, but with everyone wearing a pair you can share with as many people as you like, creating your own silent disco without disturbing the people around you. There’s also an inbuilt microprocessor that boosts the audio signal from headphone to headphone, so there’s no worrying about a loss of sound quality if you’re the last listener on the daisy chain.
Perfect for when you’re out on the bus with your mates, mooching around the park in the summer or for those who love to party, but don’t want the noise police knocking at the door at 2am.