Published on September 2nd,2010 at 5:31 PM
By >Akihabara News Team

Panasonic launches Made for iPod / iPhone certified Headphones

Panasonic launches Made for iPod / iPhone certified Headphones

Panasonic will release in November the HJC120 and HSV200 headphones. Very close from the RP-HS200, they are both coming with a built in mic and remote control for iPod / iPhone.
Price is not yet known.

Panasonic is pleased to announce the launch of HJC120 and HSC200, two headphones certified with Made for iPod / iPhone.
Available from November 2010, both models feature a built in mic and remote for full control of iPod / iPhone. Moreover, the sensitive mic works with iPod touch and can access voice over function of iPod shuffle. To add further appeal, the controllers for both models are water resistant, so that the risk of the damage caused by sweat or rain is eliminated.
HJC120
This model comes with traditional canal type headphones with an ergonomic design. and a high quality 90.0mm OctaRib speaker.
HSC200
This model features water resistant speaker housing while large 12.4mm speakers offer dynamic sound and an elastomer hanger makes it the perfect choice for sport usage.
Via Panasonic
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  • http://www.iphonefamily.net iphon family

    Positive: well made device, fits iPhone4 with the case on it (at least mine), great sound and reception, very convenient and easy set up thru the Apple store free application, nice features and look, small size, easy to read the screen at any angle, good price, nice packing.

    Negative: nothing really, except may be the backup battery CR2023 is not included, but that’s a minor inconvenience.

  • http://technologiez.com jennifer

    Overall, I love this thing. You can customize all your alarm settings, then plug your iphone in and sync it. Either alarm 1 or 2 will play from the ipod, buzzer, or radio, and either of them can be set for whichever days of the week you wish. You can even customize the length of the snooze. In my research this is easily the most, and easiest, customizable alarm clock I’ve seen.

 

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