Bluetooth product features latest chipset from Cambridge Silicone Radio, NFC, noise reduction and built-in microphone
Bluechipworld has launched its iT7x2 headphones, the follow-up to the first iT7 portfolio that went on sale last year.
The product was showcased by the Hednesford-based Bluetooth product manufacturer at an event attended by around 100 people at the Torque Project in Birmingham on May 9.
The wireless Bluetooth 4.0 headphones are powered by microchips from Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR), which Bluechipworld said makes the signal more robust and sound much clearer.
They have a coverage range of up to 20 metres with a standby time of 400 hours and continuous usage of up to 22 hours. They come with cushioned speakers, noise reduction technology and a built-in microphone, as well as NFC for touch-pairing with compatible smartphones.
The iT7x2 has gone on sale initially at www.uberphunk.com for £169.99, available in black, white, blue, pink and Orange. Bluechipworld is in discussions with a number of high street retailers to stock the headphones.
They join the original IT7x headphones, iT7m speaker and iT7s sports headphones in the range. They are developed in partnership with endorsement company Stadia Sports and Lifestyle, which is headed by former Premier League footballer Ian Taylor.
“Since the launch of the iT7 range last year, the brand has gone from strength to strength,” Taylor said. “Our products have won widespread acclaim from members of the England football squad, X Factor contestants and medal-winning Paralympians, to name just a few.
“With one of the appeals being the freedom to listen to music and make calls on the move without the need for wires, the iT7x2 headphones are likely to make an even bigger impact and become a firm favourite among music lovers.”