Genius has created new Bluetooth stereo headphones

Genius has created new Bluetooth stereo headphones

The popular maker of computer peripherals Genius has announced the creation of a new premium Bluetooth headset, known as HS-920BT. The new company product is available in 5 stylish colors and has 40 mm drivers for superior sound.

The HS-920BT headset has a number of useful features that include a built-in sensitive microphone, Bluetooth AVRCP and a button that allows users to seamlessly switch from listening to music to taking phone calls. All this is done wirelessly via Bluetooth technology and a rechargeable lithium ion battery provides power for all functions listed.

The large 40 mm drivers allow for more airflow and hence for stronger low bass tones, smoother high frequencies and amplification of all frequencies that lie between them. The Genius HS-920BT provides excellent 116 dB of sensitivity and is capable of producing full-range stereo sound no matter if you are listening to a favorite song or a friend.

The new headset is offered in five colors – yellow, pink, black, white and blue and features frequency response of 20 Hz – 20 kHz, impedance of 32 Ohms and frequency response of 100 Hz – 10 kHz. The Genius HS-920BT is now available in the United States and Canada where they cost USD 49.99.

Source: Genius

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