OpenBrain announces Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Headset
As the alternative to usual wired headphones, Korean OpenBrain announced Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Headset (OBH-0110) with built-in audio player. I guess PDA owners will be the first to like it. The player also features built-in flash memory storage 32Mb to 128Mb in capacity.
There are two models of headset: classic Earphone and fashionable Backphone. Bluetooth module meets the V1.1 (A2DP) specs and provides up to 10m connectivity (in the open) and 700 Kbps throughput.
The built-in player supports SBC (16-48 kHz, Stereo/Mono), MP3 (8-320 Kbps, 44.1 kHz), WMA (8-193 Kbps, 8.0, 11.025, 16.0, 22.05, 32.0, 44.1 kHz). The frequency range is 20 Hz – 22 kHz at over 95 dB SNR and less than –83 dB THD. Output power is up to 20 mW RMS. Built-in batteries (250 mAh, 3.7V) provide 150 hours of standby, 6 hours of playback, 3 hours of PC-connected operation. The headset weighs 72 g. The package includes Windows CE, 98, ME, 2000, XP drivers.
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