Arctic debuts the P604 wireless street headset

Arctic debuts the P604 wireless street headset

Street noise is one of the modern problems people face. Made by countless cars and other noise sources, street noise prevents us from hearing our cell phones ring but it also stops us from enjoying our favorite music. Fortunately there’s a solution now – Arctic has unveiled a new wireless headset that comes with special protection against street noise.

The new company device is called P604. It comes with powerful basses and clear trebles as well as enhanced 40 mm neodymium drivers that promise to play rich sound. The headset features an advanced design in four colors – black, white, purple and blue – and depends on Bluetooth technology to function properly. Users will find adjustable headbands for an optimal fit, ultra-gentle closing foam cushions, low weight of just 142 grams and a battery that can provide enough power for up to 30 hours of music playback. In addition the Arctic P604 headset has a built-in microphone and malfunction button that allows you to take important phone calls when needed.

There’s no information on when the P604 will be in stores but in case you are interested, the headtset will sell for USD 59.99, which is the special launch price. After that the P604 will be yours for USD 87.99.

Source: Arctic

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