JVC ANNOUNCES NEW BLUETOOTH HEADSET AND BLUETOOTH TRANSMITTER
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LAS VEGAS, January 6, 2008
For compatibility with a wide range of mobile phones and other devices, the HA-W700BT supports Bluetooth version 2.0 and Bluetooth profiles A2DP, AVRCP, HFP and HSP. Sound quality from the in-ear canal phones is assured with the 11.0 mm neodymium driver units delivering a frequency range of 10Hz to 23kHz.
The stereo headset is comprised of two parts – the in-ear headphones and a small Bluetooth receiver. The receiver has a clip, making it convenient to wear. With the headphone portion detached, the receiver can be connected to a home audio system through a mini jack and used as a wireless stereo receiver.
The headset comes supplied with an AC adapter and a battery charging stand.
For iPod® users, the optional AA-T100BT Bluetooth transmitter – also announced today – is the perfect companion for the HA-W700BT. The transmitter is compatible with fourth-generation and newer iPod players, plugging directly into the iPod dock connector to transmit high-quality audio to the HA-W700BT. And because the transmitter is powered by the iPod itself, no extra power supply is necessary. Users can also start and stop playback and skip tracks from the headset controls.
The JVC HA-W700BT is available now at a nationally advertised value of $100.00. The JVC AA-T100BT, also available now, carries a nationally advertised value of $80.00.
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