Phiaton BT 150 NC Earphones with Active Noise Cancellation, Touch Interface

Phiaton BT 150 NC

The New Phiaton BT 150 NC is sleek, slender, and ready for all of your travel needs. Specially designed for professionals on the go, the Phiaton BT 150 NC is built with active noise cancelling and a touch interface.

Phiaton BT 150 NC Earphones with Active Noise Cancellation, Touch Interface

Phiaton’s slimmed down their headphones and opted for a simple neckband with a few sweet features for the busy professional. The neckband is comprised of memory foam for an ultra-comfortable fit all-day while the earbuds are retractable, which makes for easy storage as well as accessibility. Long gone are the days of dangling earbuds swinging to and fro running the risk of snagging on a door handle.

The sides of the neckband are built with interactive touch surfaces for full-control over your music with the ability to pause and play, switch backwards and forwards, in addition to taking calls, all with a tap or swipe of your finger. When there is an incoming call, the earphones will vibrate. Oh-la-la!

This neckband is also noise cancelling-equipped with the ability to attenuate noise up to 95%. Impressive! Users will be able to enjoy ANC for up to six hours fully engaged in Bluetooth and ANC technology (with just Bluetooth users get up to 10 hours). Special features are also in place to further extend the battery life. A power saving sensor automatically powers off ANC when the earbuds are retracted. Everplay-X keeps the music going even if the battery runs out or the audio device is not Bluetooth compatible. P.S. Phiaton BT 150 NC is water-resistant with an IPX4 rating, meaning these babies can withstand splashing water.

As for sound, Phiaton says, “powerful 12mm dynamic drivers feature a double layered carbon film, delivering balanced, vibrant sound, and aptX technology increases digital streaming efficiency and improves overall dynamic range.”

Additional tech includes Multipoint Connection, connecting any two Bluetooth-enabled devices simultaneously, such as a smartphone and tablet, and Clear Voice Capture (CVC) technology for clearer communication while on a call.

Phiaton’s BT 150 NC earphones are available now in black and silver for $149 on Amazon.

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