Bluetrek launches MusiCALL Bluetooth headset

Bluetrek launches MusiCALL Bluetooth headset

Bluetrek comes up with another headset which will allow you to enjoy music and calls wirelessly.

The MusiCALL clip stereo headset allows multi connections and let you pair your mobile and music player at the same time, and the music will pause,  while you take the call.

The headset features slim, clip style design and has integrated controls that enables you to control music and call functions, including play/pause, call mute, volume and track control (for devices supporting the AVRCP Bluetooth profile). It is also equipped with NoiseLock noise cancellation, wind and echo cancellation forclearer conversations on both user and receiver ends.

MusiCALL has a 3.5mm audio jack and is compatible with any stereo headphone, so it can turn your favorites wired headphone into wireless.  It measures 43 x 34 x 14mm, weighs 15g (without headphone) and also has Dual color (Blue & Red) indicator that will inform you about the status of battery, charge, stand-by and communication. MusiCALL comes with stereo in-ear headphone, 3 pairs of different size earbuds and USB charging cable for the build in rechargeable battery which offers up to 6hrs talk time.

MusiCALL Bluetooth headset is now available for $69.99

.Source: Bluetrek

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