SuperTooth Freedom Bluetooth headphones feature NFC tech

Shane McGlaun - Dec 18, 2013
SuperTooth Freedom Bluetooth headphones feature NFC tech

A new set of wireless headphones have debuted from SuperTooth called the Freedom. The headphones use Bluetooth technology for wirelessly connectivity to your smartphone or other device. The headphones use an over the ear design and will launch later this month online.

The headphones have integrated NFC technology making it easy to pair them with compatible phones. The headphones use 40mm drivers promising high quality sound and bass. The Bluetooth tech in the headphones supports A2DP enabled devices. The Freedom headphones also have controls on the ear cups for tracks, volume, and answering calls.

The ear cups rotate for comfort and the Freedom headphones ship with a carry pouch for storage. Voice calls are supported using an omni-directional microphone. The internal lithium ion battery is good for 15 hours of music playback per charge. Standby time for the battery is 1000 hours and the charge time is three hours.

The Freedom headphones measure 160mm H x 187mm W x 71mm D and weigh 200 grams. The headphones have a wireless range of 10 meters from the source device and will land in the UK on December 20 for £119. The headphones do ship with a 3.5mm audio cable for use with devices that don’t have Bluetooth.

SOURCE: SuperTooth

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