V-MODA Introduces VIBE Duo Headset for Apple's iPhone
V-MODA has announced the latest version of its VIBE Duo, a noise-isolating dual-use headphone/headset designed to accessorize the Apple iPhone. The new VIBE Duo with control-playback functionality features a discreet microphone with a call button, allowing users to take calls and control the music functions of the iPhone with hands-free convenience. Hi-definition sound and superior comfort round out the mix of premium features. V-MODA nas been working with Apple to develop the VIBE Duo with control-playback functionality. With its durable black fabric cables and a minimalist all-metal design, the luxurious new VIBE Duo in-ear earphones with microphone and call button remain lightweight (13 grams), unobtrusive, comfortable and stylish.
For active, on-the-go consumers, VIBE Duo features three sizes of ultra-soft silicon fittings for a secure, comfortable fit. To further ensure the accessory doesn't jar loose during exercise or strenuous activities, a small clip adds extra security.
VIBE Duo joins the existing VIBE line of luxury, high-fashion modaphones from V-MODA, heralded upon introduction for offering state-of-the-art audio on the go. Much like VIBE, when it comes to enjoying tunes VIBE Duo offers superior technology that enables a sculpted response curve fashioned for the discerning audio enthusiast, providing a precise balance of rich bass, warm mids and unprecedented clarity.
Utilizing V-MASQUE dynamic driver technology, VIBE Duo achieves a precise yet natural soundstage in comparison to other high-end earphones. BLISS (Bass Level Isolating Soft Silicon) technology further reduces outside noise for a precise and rich bass response (frequency 12Hz to 22Hz).
VIBE Duo is compatible with the iPod, an array of emerging smartphones such as the popular Blackberry Curve and the highly anticipated Sidekick 4, as well as all other portable music players. Available in Nero (black) and Chrome, it is packaged with an elegant leather pouch for safe travel and storage.
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