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Bluetrek Duo Stereo藍芽耳機 語音通話音樂鑑賞二合一

March 28, 2011 Leave a comment
Post @ 3c4u.net

享受環迴立體聲真音樂


高貴優雅由法國名師設計的Bluetrek藍芽耳機,是高品味及實用兼備的手機配件。當中Duo Stereo藍芽耳機外型圓潤小巧,為沉悶的日常配件增添趣味;配上二合一單聲道及環迴立體聲音效設計及內置語音提示功能,用作語音通話或是鑑賞音樂都 適合不過。

 

語音通話音樂鑑賞一機通行

Duo Stereo是個兩用藍芽耳機,俱備了單聲道及立體聲。支援藍芽2.0和對應A2DP技術,一般使用時為單聲道耳機,通話音質清晰,更可配合手機作語音撥 號功能。只要接上micro USB轉接線,即可使用3.5mm耳筒作立體聲音效播放。

享受SRS WOW HD環迴立體聲真音樂

可同時以藍芽連線手機與MP3的Duo Stereo,在 聽音樂時遇有來電,音樂便會自動暫停,待手機通話完畢,音樂會再自動接續播放。備有SRS WOW HD環迴立體聲技術, 配合七種音樂模式轉換,讓您感受不同音樂帶來的非一般臨場感。

內置語音提示功能

Duo Stereo可於操作中進行語音提示,如:最後一組號碼重撥、拒絕來電、記憶號碼撥號、將麥克 風調為靜音及充電提示等等。用家不需要在Duo Stereo小巧機身上尋找提 示燈,亦可知道耳機的操作。

產品規格:
通話時間: 可長達6小時

音樂播放時間: 可長達5小時
備用時間: 7天
尺寸: 46.8mm(L) x 20.3mm(W) x 9.3mm (T)

重量: 約8.6克

藍芽: 可配對藍芽V1.0,V1.1,V1.2,V2.0,V2.1

支援: 手提電話、iPhone 3G、PDA及電腦

Bluetrek Duo Stereo 建議零售價: $400

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Bluetrek Duo Stereo First Look

December 28, 2010 Leave a comment

10 Nov, 2010 @ Rainydaymagazine

Our headsets have been silently proliferating behind our back. One set was for our iPod. Another set was for our cell phone when we drive with the top down. A third set was for…well, we don’t actually know why we have it, but it seems to be in our bag. Anyway, the point is many of our devices have audio capabilities and they all seem to require a set of headphones.

We decided to look around to see if we could find a set of Bluetooth headphones which would work with all of our devices and free us from being tethered to them. After a bit of searching, BlueTrek’s Duo bubbled to the top of the list. The Duo is a set of Bluetooth-enabled stereo headphones which satisfied all of our audio needs. It is a mono in-ear headset which can be easily converted to a pair of stereo headphones.

The Duo is iPhone 3.0 A2DP stereo compatible. It supports Bluetooth-enabled computers for VoIP calling, such as Skype. A great feature for use with laptops while on the road. The Duo has six user-selectable equalizer settings to enhance audio experience: Pop, Rock, True bass, Jazz, Classic and basic effects. The complete kit came with wall/car charger and various ear hooks/earbuds.

We have been using the duo with our cell phone, the iPod Touch, and the iPad. The Duo works great with all of these devices. The sound is clean and clear. The wireless connection last all day (6 hrs of continous talk/4 hrs of continuous music). Best part of all, the Duo is so light that it is easy to forget we even around the neck. Go ahead. Make your life a little simpler. Get yourself a set of BlueTrek Duo and cut the cord, but not the connection, between you and your gadgets.

Categories: Duo Stereo

環迴藍牙 Bluetrek Duo Stereo

September 20, 2010 Leave a comment

2009年10月9日 post at 頭條日報

Bluetrek這品牌來自法國,今次新推出的藍牙耳機Duo Stereo,驟眼睇落只是一個普通的藍牙耳機,但只要透過轉換線就可變成立體聲藍牙耳機,加上此耳機備有SRS WOW HD環迴立體聲,聽歌就更有臨場感。

Duo Stereo是個兩用藍牙耳筒,一般使用時是個普通的Mono耳機,可配合耳掛佩戴,但只要裝上microUSB轉換線,便可使用3.5mm耳筒作立體聲播放音樂,而跟機的掛頸式耳筒,更可剛剛好將耳機吊在胸前,聽歌之餘亦方便講電話。

Duo Stereo兼容Bluetooth 2.0,並備有Voice Alert功能,即是會有語音提示功能,就算唔睇提示燈亦知道耳機的操作,聽歌時只要按住「音量+」鍵便可轉換EQ,隨機附有2個耳掛及4個耳塞,適合不同耳形的用戶。

CONCLUSION

抵玩兩用

藍牙耳機玩SRS可說是首次,配合EQ對音質是有所提升,加上可單邊及立體聲兩用,算是抵玩。不過如使用自己的耳機時,則要留意耳筒線有機會過長的問題,而且機身無夾可夾在衣領,或者可用耳掛勾在袋口,但使用時便要小心。

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Categories: Duo Stereo

Bluetrek Duo Stereo Bluetooth Headset Review

June 30, 2010 Leave a comment

 Monday, May 11, 2009 @ GadgetINN

Thinking of buying a Bluetooth headset but can’t decide between a standard mono one or a snazzier stereo version so you can also listen to music from your phone? Well, thanks to this clever headset from Bluetrek you no longer have to make that decision.

As its name suggests the Bluetooth Duo can be used either as a standalone mono in-ear headset or can be quickly converted into a pair of wireless stereo headphones complete with built-in support for SRS WoW HD pseudo surround sound. So the question is whether it’s a jack of all trades or a master of none?


The Duo comes as two totally distinct parts. The first part looks pretty much like any run-of-the-mill mono headset. It’s short and stubby with rounded edges on both sides and comes supplied with four different ear gels of differing sizes. However, unlike many other headsets, none of the gels supplied here are designed so you can use the headset without an ear hook. Perhaps this is because the Duo is ever so slightly fatter and heavier than most headsets. It certainly needed the extra support of the ear hook to hold it stable on my ear. There are two of these supplied in the box (large and small), and as they clip around the earpiece they can be mounted on either side so lefties will have no problems.

The Duo isn’t exactly laden down with controls. In fact there are only two buttons. The first is the volume rocker switch which takes the form of think chrome strip and is mounted on the top edge of the headset. The second is the small multifunction call handling button that sits toward the back of the outer face of the Duo. The multifunction button also has an integrated multicoloured LED to let you know when it’s charging, in paring mode or needs to be topped up with juice.

On the rear of the headset you’ll find a microUSB port. On most headsets this is used purely for charging, but that’s not the case with the Duo. Here it also doubles as a kind of expansion port because this is where you plug the Duo’s stereo headphones.

The headphones are actually supplied in two parts. The first part is an adaptor that attaches to the microUSB port, with the stereo headphones then plugging into this via a standard 3.5mm jack. As this adaptor also houses the hands-free microphone it means you can really use whatever headphones you like with the Duo. However, the supplied headphones are specially designed so the headphone cable forms a neck loop. The result is that when they’re attached to the headset it hangs around your neck like a dog tag. Or that’s the theory at least; instead it tends to hang at an awkward angle as the earpiece on the back stops it from lying flat on your chest. Because of this the look of the whole setup isn’t perhaps as elegant as it could be.

As you would expect, pairing the headset with your phone is a piece of cake. All you’ve got to do is press and hold the multifunction call button for seven seconds until the headset’s LED starts to blink blue and red. It’s then simply a matter of doing a search for the Duo on your mobile and entering the standard ‘0000’ Bluetooth passcode.

Once connected, the call controls are pretty straightforward. Tapping once answers or ends a call, and if you’re on a call and hear the call waiting alert you can press and hold the button for three seconds to connect to the new caller. The headset also has a neat voice alert feature where it will speak to you to let you know if pairing failed, it needs a recharge or if the headset is disconnected from your phone as well as various other alerts.

When used as a standard headset, call quality is pretty good. Callers sound loud and distinct through the mono earpiece while the mic delivers clean audio for the most part. However, callers did note that the mic tended to pick up a fair degree of background sounds in noisier environments, which isn’t really all that surprising as the headset doesn’t include any noise cancelling technology.

Our course, the sound quality from the stereo headphones is just as important and on this front the Duo scores pretty highly. The phones use sound isolating in-ear buds which help to block out a lot of background noise – handy on tube journeys in London. The ear buds produce a decent amount of bass and have a pretty solid mid-range, plus the highs tend to sparkle nicely. However, when you push the volume to higher levels a touch of distortion does tend to creep in.

Categories: Duo Stereo

Review of Bluetrek Stereo Duo

Post 26 Feburary 2009 @ Mobinauts 

   

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Bluetrek Stereo Duo + Kinoma Player (+6 Bass) = Very good stereo music. 😀

Tested this combo (Bluetrek Stereo Duo + Kinoma Player) by connecting the audio output to my living room’s two big Sony amplified speakers. Wow! It still able to deliver. Previously when I test this way on iTech Stereo BT Headset, it was a complete wash out. LOL :whistle:

So far from testing it with WMP, Coreplayer, Pocket Music, Pocket Player etc, only Kinoma Player can deliver stereo music with such clarity and finesse that I am addicted to it. Strangely all other media players cannot match Kinoma in this aspect.
 

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Wow, wow, wow…tested music playing thro Bluetrek Stereo Duo and by direct audio cable plugin to my large powerful Sony amplified speakers. Incredibly, they sounded almost the SAME!!! Bluetrek Stereo Duo stereo music really rocks.

Categories: Duo Stereo