Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Klipsch Image S2m In-Ear Headset with Mic Headphones Skype Compatible, Answer Calls Button, 3.5-mm jack

Way back when, it wasn't all that commonplace for your cell phone to
have an integrated digital music player. A cell phone was a cell phone
and nothing more. Nowadays you're going to have a hard time finding one
that doesn't. The main problem is that when you're using a set of
headphones to listen to your tunes you really don't have much of an
option but to disconnect them to take a call. The high-end speaker
manufacturers at Klipsch have got your back with their latest creation,
the Image S2m In-Ear Headset with Mic Headphones.

The Image S2m features a compact in-line mic that lets you answer or end
calls with the touch of a button. This button also lets you track
forward and track back as well as play and pause songs on the iPod
classic 120GB, iPod nano 4th generation (video), iPod touch 2nd
generation, iPod shuffle 3rd generation and iPhone 3G S. And the
engineers at Klipsch state that the mic has amazing intelligibility, so
it can easily pick up your voice without having to talk directly into
it. Maybe this will stop people from shouting into their handsfree
devices and annoying the rest of us.

These headphones come with three different sizes of washable ear tips:
small, medium and large single flange designs. As a bonus, because many
phones have side-mounted headphone jacks, the S2m employs a right-angled
plug that swivels to avoid the damage that's often associated with
straight plug designs. It's also a feature that lets your phone fit
comfortably in your pocket.

The Image S2m is available in a piano black finish and comes with three
different-sized oval ear tips and a cloth carrying pouch. It carries a
two-year warranty and works with portable devices that feature a
standard 3.5mm headphone jack. They must have done something right
because they are on backorder. Head over to to get your
name on the list and be prepared to fork over $59.99 for a pair.

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