By KYW tech editor Ian Bush

CULVER CITY, Calif. (CBS) — Apple is recalling more than 200,000 Beats speaker units, after one person was burned by an overheating device.

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“Apple has received eight reports of incidents of the speakers overheating, including once incident with a burn to a consumer’s finger and one with damage to a consumer’s desk,” notes Carl Purvis, of the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

The speaker comes in five colors, and has been on sale since the beginning of last year.

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Apple is advising customers to stop using the Beats Pill XL, and is offering $325 if you send yours back — that’s $25 more than the list price.

You have to submit a web form first, and Apple will send you a postage-paid box to return the unit.

The CPSC says about 222,000 of the speakers have been sold in the US.

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