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Noble Audio BTS brings Bluetooth to all headphones

by Mark Hodgkinson Apr 10, 2015 - Updated: Jun 23, 2015

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    Noble Audio BTS brings Bluetooth to all headphones
    Noble Audio, purveyor of high quality in-ear monitors, has launched a new Bluetooth system bringing the benefits of wireless operation to headphone users.
    The system allows you to retain the performance benefits of high-performance in-ear monitors and headphones, while enjoying the freedom that wireless operation brings.

    Instead of creating a single wireless IEM device with built-in components, the Noble Audio BTS is a standalone solution that weighs just 10 grams, is designed to be unobtrusive and offers at least seven hours of continuous music playback or talk time.

    The BTS system features the latest Bluetooth 4.0 and aptX CODEC technologies, as well as an omnidirectional microphone with push-button controls. The BTS system charges in just two hours over Micro USB-B and has a range of up to ten metres.

    Further features include multipoint connectivity (connection to two devices simultaneously), auto pairing, battery life display info on most connected iOS and Android devices, and advanced push-button commands. It comes supplied with a 38cm cable compatible with Noble IEMs.

    The BTS is available to pre-order now, priced at £69.

    UPDATE (23/06/15): The BTS are now available direct from Noble Audio

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