First Ever (AOD) Audio On Demand Bluetooth MP3 Player
OpenBrain has announced the first ever Bluetooth AOD MP3 Player. When wirelessly connected to a mobile phone users can listen to high quality streaming stereo music. The coolest part is you can save these streams as MP3. Being the first of its kind in the world, this Bluetooth AOD Player will change the paradigm of portable music devices.
AOD stands for Audio On Demand. Unlike ordinary broadcasting system wherein the listener can only listen to predefined audio programs, AOD service allows the user to select and listen to audio contents of their choice.
The audio streaming function lets you listen to real-time music via access to the Mobile Cellular Network. (High quality stereo sound) You can even download and save music files in memory for future listening with the download option. More than 30 music files can be saved in memory.
The Hands-free function lets you receive and make calls wirelessly via mobile phone. A Bluetooth USB adaptor enables wireless transfer of music files between PC and headset.
– Standard Bluetooth Spectification V1.1
– RF Frq. Range : 2402 ~ 2480 MHz
– Tx Power : 0.25 ~ 2.5 mW (Bluetooth Power Class 2)
– Rx Sensitivity : < - 80 dBm (PER 1 %)
- Distance : < 10 m (Open Space)
- Compressed Audio Format
MP3 8 ~ 320 kbps, 44.100 kHz
WMA 8 ~ 193 kbps, 8.000, 11.025, 16.000, 22.050, 32.000, 44.100 kHz
- Audio Freq. Range : 20 Hz ~ 22 kHz
- Bulit in Memory : 32 ~ 128 MB Flash Memory
- Audio S/N : > 95 dB
– Audio THD : < -83 dB
- Audio Output Power :> 20 mWrms
– Battery : Lithum Polymer Battery > 250 mAH, 3.7 V
– Battery life : Standby > 150 hours, Music Play > 6 hours, Streaming/ Download > 3 hours
– Charge Time : < 2.5 hours
– AC input : AC 110 ~ 220 V
– Operationg Temp. : – 10 ~ + 50 ¡É
– Rel. Humidity : 0 ~ 95 %
– Weight : 72 g (ear – wear type, including battery)
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