RBH Sound Cuts the Cord with New Wireless Earphones

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RBH-EP-SB.jpgAt Rocky Mountain Audio Fest's CanJam event this past weekend, RBH Sound showed off the new wireless version of its EP earphones. The EP SB earphones utilize Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX and near-field communication (NFC), and they include an in-line control module with a built-in microphone. The EP SB will ship in late November and carry an MSRP of $179.

From RBH
RBH Sound introduces the EP SB earphones to their personal audio products lineup. The new EP SB rounds out the company's in-ear headphone lineup, offering consumers a high fidelity wireless alternative to wired models.

The EP SB wireless in-ear headphones make their debut featuring Bluetooth 4.0 and aptX technologies, affording unrestrained compatibility with the latest smartphones, computers, or any Bluetooth-enabled device. RBH Sound incorporated NFC near-field communication technology into the EP SB to make Bluetooth pairing even easier. With its in-line control module and integrated microphone, the EP SB gives its users the ability to easily skip to the next song, track or chapter, make or receive phone calls, and adjust the volume of the earphones all with the touch of a button. Built for active listeners who are always on the move, the EP SB earphones incorporate a nano coating water-repelling technology and a high capacity battery that provides listeners with 5-6 hours of uninterrupted talk or listening time. RBH Sound touts the EP SB as being the smallest and lightest Bluetooth wireless headphones on the market.

RBH Sound includes a set of large S-500 Comply foam tips pre-installed on the EP SBs for sport-regulated noise isolation. Included with the EP SB are five additional pairs of ear tips: one set each of medium S-500 and T-500 Comply tips and small, medium and large silicone tips. Also included are cord-management clips and a protective zipper case to store the unused ear tips and headphones in when they're not being used.

The EP SB includes a generous 2-year warranty and is priced at $179 per set including free shipping within the continental United States. They're slated to begin shipping in late November and can be purchased on the company's web site at rbhsound.com or through the company's authorized dealer network.

Additional Resources
RBH EP2 Earphones Reviewed
at HomeTheaterReview.com.
RBH CTx Series Speaker System Reviewed at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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