Stereo Headset KKMOON® Features
The stereo headset is lightweight design and has wireless and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity, hence it is compatible to most of Bluetooth enabled smart devices like iPhone, Android phones or tablet devices. The transmission distance of the Stereo Headset can be up to 10 meters. The microphone is built-in design so you don’t need to worry about missing up cable lines. Furthermore up to two Bluetooth devices can be used simultaneously for this Stereo Headset. Well the stereo headset is overall good for playing music, and phone calls. The rechargeable battery can be charged within 2 hours. Its standby time is around 120 hours. The Stereo Headset can be continuously played for at least 5 hours.
Stereo Headset KKMOON® Bluetooth Profiles Concepts
The term Bluetooth profile refers to a specification regarding an factor of Bluetooth-based wireless connectivity between smart devices. Specific versions of Bluetooth profiles are tied to specific versions of core specification. Bluetooth profiles offer criteria which producers follow to allow smart devices to use Bluetooth technology. Standards such as dependency on formats and interface formats are included to judge Bluetooth devices. It should be noticed that for Bluetooth connection only devices that share the same protocols can exchange data. For stereo headsets that used by the KKMOON® Bluetooth headset A2DP and AVRCP are the two most important types.
Stereo Headset KKMOON® Bluetooth Profiles Types
Bluetooth profiles have mainly four types: HSP (Handset Profile),HFP (Hands free profile), A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) and AVRCP (Audio Remote Control Profile). HSP offers the very basic features that needed for connection between headset and handset. In contrast HFP is original used to control a smart phone from a stationary in car hands free unit. A2DP provides the transmit of stereo audio signals. The type can be defined as how audio can be transmitted from one Bluetooth device to another. AVRCP is used for sending commands on digital media channels from a stereo headset to a device. Normally AVRCP is implemented with A2DP to allow the Bluetooth speaker to tell the audio-sending device to fast-forward. In general AVRCP and A2DP have better quality tha HSP and HFP.
Stereo Headset KKMOON® Technological Specifications
Bluetooth profiles HSP / HFP / A2DP / AVRCP
Phone talking time about 4 hours
Charging time 1.5~2 hours
Input voltage DC 5V
Stereo Headset size about 8.5 * 1.5 * 2.5cm
Stereo Headset weight about 9g
Stereo Headset KKMOON® Package List
1 * Stereo Headset
1 * Earphone
1 * USB Charge Cable
1 * User manual in English