Bluetake has released a new version of their Bluetooth Stereo headphones with A2DP (Advanded Audio Distribution Profile) support.
The new model measures on 44 x 37 x 20 mm (1.73 x 1.46 x 0.79 in.) and weighs only 44 g (1.55 oz.) including battery. This compact design is different from the sports tagged neck-back sports design used in Bluetake's previous headphones.
the i-PHONO mini headphone allows users to anwser or make a phone call while listening to music. Besides the Bluetooth A2DP for stereo wireless transmission and the Bluetooth HSP/HFP for handsfree communication, the i-PHONO mini headphone also supports Bluetooth AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile), meaning consumes can use the i-PHONO mini headphone remote control (ex. Play, Pause, Next, Previous...) media device if the paired source also supports AVRCP.
Bluetake is amking available two stereo dongles to allow non-Bluetooth music players to transmit stereo music over Bluetooth, including a stereo dongle BT430Tx with the standard headphone plug, and a Bluetooth stereo transmitter BT450Tx for the Apple iPod with the topside remote port. The iPod version allows users to receive stereo music and bridges the remote control from the headphone to the Apple iPod.
For Windows users Bluetake is offering the BT007Si Bluetooth USB adapter with A2DP support.