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Bluetake shows Bluetooth headset and home Hi-Fi products
Posted on 19-Mar-2004 08:24 | Tags Filed under: News


Bluetake is showing some advanced Bluetooth audio devices during the CeBIT 2004 in Hannover. The HiPhono is a Bluetooth Hi-Fi Audio Station that allows wire replacement for speakers in a home-theater system. The company says it can achieve a range between 20m and 30m, allows for two channels input and have an aluminium finish. A Home Phone Gateway is part of this series. The BT480 Bluetooth Home Phone Gateway allows the user to connect a Bluetooth headset to land line a by simply plugging the adapter into the line. If the user is using the Bluetooth Hi-Fi headphone and a call comes in, the sound can be switched automatically between sources. The Bluetooth Hi-Fi Headphone can be paired with a Bluetooth mobile phone at the same time and the user can answer calls from any of the two devices.








The company is also showing the iPhono, a Bluetooth Hi-Fi Sports headphone, that associated with its Bluetooth adapter for desktops and laptops allows for stereo hi-fi streaming. The headphones are also compatible with mobile phones, allowing the user to take calls while the music is playing. The company also promisses a Bluetooth MP3 player, similar in size to other devices in the market made by Apple and Philips.





The images below are from the show floor:













More information: http://www.bluetake.com...




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