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Mark Peters
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Bluetooth headset with noise navigation

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Saturday, April 5th 2008 - 20:53 CEST - Comments: 0
S ound ID announced a breakthrough Bluetooth headset for mobile phones, the Sound ID HD300. With Noise Navigation, providing pristine sound through the automatic reduction of wind and background noise, the HD300’s acoustic innovations are evenly matched by its narrow form and chic, high-gloss piano black finish.
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Bluetooth headset HD300

"Comprised of hearing specialists and top acoustic scientists, Sound ID brings an in-depth knowledge of the human ear to the Bluetooth arena," said Michael Jones, President and CEO of Sound ID. "Engineered to complement the natural hearing process, the HD300 delivers great audio and a slim design for comfort and style - ensuring its place among the slickest gadgets on the market today." The Sound ID HD300 Bluetooth Headset offers several unique technology features, including:


Noise Navigation - A proprietary development, NoiseNavigation optimizes speech intelligibility at both ends of the conversation, as dual microphones isolate speech and DSP algorithms automatically reduce wind and background nose.


Personal Sound - HD300 Bluetooth headset users can choose from three listening modes - tuned to the most common hearing preferences - further enhancing speech clarity without raising the volume.


Automatic Volume Control - This feature eliminates the need for constant volume adjustment in variable noise situations such as driving.


Comfort Ear Loops - Created for extended wear, the lightweight HD300 Bluetooth headset includes scientifically designed Real Comfort EarLoops. Available in three sizes, the EarLoops provide a secure and comfortable fit and are engineered to better channel sound into the ear for enhanced listening.


Popular mobile phones

Users will also appreciate the headset's compatibility with standard micro USB chargers, which come with many of today's popular mobile phones and may eliminate the need to carry multiple chargers.


Free headset software

Sound ID has also created a free downloadable application that extends the HD300's functionality and enables users to control the headset via their mobile phone. The application includes a sound level meter to monitor surrounding noise levels, volume control and a battery life indicator, among other features.


Bluetooth headset Price & Availability

The Sound ID HD300 Bluetooth headset with noise navigation is expected to be available in Q3 2008 for $119.99. It will come with a Universal AC charger (100-240 VAC), three sizes of RealComfort EarLoops and an Ear Hook for an alternative over-the-ear wearing option.

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