Kicker Debuts Bluetooth Wireless Headphones
Kicker Performance Audio announced Monday the arrival of its new Tabor Bluetooth Wireless Headphone. The product, Kicker said, sports a "lightweight chassis, cushy over-ear pads, and robust 50mm dynamic drivers designed to deliver the most from movies, music, games, and even voice calls."
With its built-in microphone, intuitive controls, and Bluetooth capabilities—featuring support for A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile), HFP (Hands-Free Profile)—the Tabor quickly and easily pairs with an iOS or Android device, delivering hands-free, wires-free audio playback and voice calling with no compromises. The Tabor also supports aptX Lossless for the purest in better-than-CD-quality audio playback.
“When Bluetooth enters the picture, nine times out of ten audio performance just as quickly exits. With the Tabor, though, our goal wasn't just to be one-in-ten, but rather one-in-a-million,” Steve Irby, president and co-founder of KICKER, said as part of the announcement.