iMuffs iPod Earphones

imuffsDo you want a pair of earphones that are more comfortable and perform better compared to the stock headphones that come with your iPod purchase? Whle there are loads of choices out there, a few stand out (due to performance, price or even design, sometimes all three) with the iMuffs being one of them.

This pair of wireless earphones will ‘talk’ to your iPod once you connect the iMuffs Bluetooth transmitter to the iPod, and it can control both volume and playback on the headphones themselves without having you to finger the iPod in your pocket. Each pair of iMuffs retail for $129.99 and has a maximum playback time of 16 hours.

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Product Specifications

Protocol Bluetooth 2.0 A2DP, AVRCP, Handsfree, Headset
Frequency Band 2.4 GHz
Tx Power Bluetooth Class 2
Range 30’+ (10m)
Audio Format CD Quality (Sub-Band Codec)
Battery Life Play Time: Up to 16 hours*
Battery Rechargeable lithium polymer
Adaptor AC input 110-240V AC

* Battery life is subject to variation, and naturally fluctuates over time & usage.

Source: Uberguzmo

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