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Kleer Headsets – totally wireless stereo sound


The boffins at the Kleer audio chip company are threatening to introduce a totally wireless stereo headset for some truly portable listening pleasure. That’s right, two earpieces untethered and delivering 10 hours of CD quality sound over a 16 channel wireless link. Pretty cool if you don’t mind toasting your brain nicely from both sides with the EMF, eh? Just kidding (I think).

 This reference design is for small form factor wireless earphones that achieve at least 10 hours playtime of lossless CD-quality digital stereo audio over a robust 2.4GHz radio link. The design demonstrates the industry’s first un-tethered stereo wireless earphones, meaning there is no wire necessary between the right and left earphones. The earphones will work with any Kleer-based audio source, including portable audio/media players, home audio/theater systems, and automotive systems.


  • The Kleer technology is pretty exciting if you ask me. What’s even more interesting that it’s not just for wireless earphones, but for any other wireless stereo application that you can think of. Did I hear anyone say wireless speakers for the home?
    And as far as I know, there will be a few more announcements from the Kleer folks – remember, CES is just around the corner…

  • where can u get these

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