Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Bluetooth Stereo Headset

The Clip D-Radio Bluetooth headset from i.Tech not only packs the requisite A2DP and AVCRP profiles when used together with a Bluetooth-enabled phone, but also comes with an FM radio and loads of other features in a compact body.

A2DP and AVCRP profiles allow for stereo audio and handsfree use respectively.

Another feature is the CSR BlueCore5-Multimedia digital signal processor with Clear Voice Capture Technology, so you can make calls or listen to music with less annoying echo and background noise.

As mentioned earlier, there's a built-in FM radio and the headset lets users preset up to four favourite stations.

There's also an OLED display to show the user a variety of useful information, such as Caller ID, missed calls, battery status, pairing status, and spectrum analyser (during music playback).

According to the specifications provided, the Clip-D Radio headset supports the latest Bluetooth v2.1+EDR Class 2 specification, which means it is claimed to offer better battery life and easier pairing with compatible devices.

Talktime and music-playing time is rated at up to seven hours, while standby time is a claimed 150 hours.

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