Bluetooth 3.5 mm audio adapter included in retail box
Simply plug the 3.5 mm Bluetooth audio adapter into the standard headphone jack. The audio adapter picks up your music player's audio signal and converts it into a wireless Bluetooth signal that can be received by your Bluetooth headphones.
With the OptiFit neckband, you can easily adjust the headset while you are wearing it for a comfortable, personalised fit. It features a flexible hinge and adjustable soft ear loops and places the speakers at the optimum angle to your ear for maximum sound performance.
Bluetooth® Stereo (A2DP compliant)
This Philips device fully supports Bluetooth Stereo (A2DP). A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) compliance enables this headset to receive stereo music from any Bluetooth device that is A2DP compliant. Therefore you can use this headset with any compatible mobile phone, PC, Bluetooth adapter, MP3 player etc. that supports A2DP.
Digital stereo sound quality in Bluetooth stereo products
The audio signal is transferred wirelessly as a digital signal and is only converted to analogue in the device itself. This means that interference noise has less influence on the sound quality than with analogue technologies. The sound playback will be true to the original recording and sound source.
SwitchStream - never miss a beat, never miss a call.
With SwitchStream you will hear a ring tone in your headset when you are receiving a call on your Bluetooth-enabled phone. You can then pick up the call from your headset and return to your music after ending the call. Never miss a beat, never miss a call.
Bluetooth HSP/HFP compliant - Universal
Bluetooth is a cable replacement technology. Bluetooth is a global standard, so Bluetooth devices of different manufacturers can interoperate using shared Bluetooth profiles. HSP (Handset Profile) and HFP (Hands-free Profile) are the profiles required for typical Bluetooth headset operations. If your mobile phone is compliant to HSP or HFP (like virtually any Bluetooth-enabled phone) this headset will work with it. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. is under licence.
Wireless call management
Manage your call without using your mobile phone. This includes call acceptance, rejection, voice dial and redial. Voice dial and redial have to be supported by your mobile phone.