Apple unveiled the new iPod shuffle 3G yesterday featuring a new headset design. Headsets for the new iPod shuffle need to feature the special control unit to operate the iPod shuffle or you cannot use the new iPod.
Scosche jumps on the new iPod shuffle hardware and announces new IDR (Increased Dynamic Range) noise isolating earphones that give iPod shuffle users the ability to play, pause, adjust volume, skip tracks, navigate playlists and hear the name of the song and artist with the press of a button.
Scosche is currently developing three earphone models- IDR350M, IDR450M and IDR650M noise isolating earphones that feature an integrated control surface.
A miniature microphone built into the back of the control surface allows users to record voice memos on the latest iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod classic 120GB. The IDR (Increased Dynamic Range) series earphones are designed to give users an enhanced listening experience with brilliant highs, silky smooth mids and powerful bass. The headphones are expected to be available this Spring and range in price from $49.99 to $99.99.
Scosche is also developing an inline control adapter kit that allows consumers to use any standard set of headphones and enjoy all of the advanced features of the third generation iPod shuffle. The inline control also allows users to plug their shuffle into any vehicles auxiliary input and maintain full control of the iPod.
Via the Scosche site. Shop for Scosche on Amazon.com.
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