New Sound ID Bluetooth headset lets iPhone users customize the sound
By Joni Blecher Follow me on Twitter | Tuesday, May 25, 2010 (permalink)
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Sound ID's latest Bluetooth headset, the Sound ID 510, has quite a few high-end features including noise-cancelling technology, a Touch Sensor to easily adjust volume, the ability to connect simultaneously to two Bluetooth-enabled cell phones, and an Environmental Mode that amplifies surrounding sound for clearer conversations. The really interesting feature is actually a downloadable iPhone app called Sound ID EarPrint App that lets users customize the headset by creating personalized listening preferences, stay informed about the Sound ID 510's battery life via a Visual Battery Indicator feature shown in the app on the cell phone, and finally a "Find Me" feature that triggers the headset to start beeping so the Sound ID 510 can easily be found. The headset will be available on June 6th and cost $129.99.