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Lubix Stereo Bluetooth Headset Review

RA1D    -   July 29, 2008
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Specifications:

Product name
Lubix NC1 Stereo Bluetooth Headset
Wireless standard
Bluetooth 2.0 Class 2, Bluetooth 1.1
Supported profiles

A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP

Operating time

6 hrs talk / 5 hrs music playback / 150 hrs standby

 
Max. output power
10 mW + 10 mW
Frequency response
20 – 20,000 Hz ± 3 dB
Sensitivity
110 dB
Wireless range
33 ft. (10 m) maximum
Power source

Lithium-polymer battery

Recharge with USB cable or wall adaptor (both included)

 
Colors
Available in white, black, and blue
Size
38mm x 42mm x 13mm
Weight
22g (0.8 oz)

 

Features:

  • Comfort and convenience. Since the Lubix NC1 is designed to be worn as a pendant when not in use, there’s no need to have a bulky device hanging on your ear at all times. When you want to make or take a call, it’s easy to snap apart the magnetically-attached halves of the headset and put them on. The lightweight, silicone-cushioned earpieces fit naturally and securely in your ears without needing awkward clips.
  • Listen to music without missing one call. With support for Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) and four built-in 3D sound modes, the Lubix NC1 headset makes a great pair of wireless headphones for listening to music in high-quality stereo, whether you use it with an MP3-capable phone, a Bluetooth-enabled music player, or your notebook PC. Thanks to multiple pairing support, you can take a call on your mobile phone while listening to music from another device—the headset beeps to notify you of the phone call. Finish the call, and the music resumes.

 




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