The ever-stylish Jays have got a new piece of eye-candy headset for music-loving iDevice owners. The new headset is based on the a-Jays Three, a bass-driven earphone for music/movie lovers on a budget. The new a-Jays comes in the following models: One, Two, Three. The headset, a-Jays Four is a natural extension of the new line. The a-Jays Four has a beautifully designed remote/microphone pill built into the cable.
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Hot on the heels of the launch of the new iPhone 4, Swedish headphone manufacturer Jays releases a custom, high-quality stereo music headset, a-JAYS Four iPhone (*), based on its new model line a-JAYS.
Swedish Jays AB (publ) has reinforced its new range of a-JAYS headphones with a-JAYS Four iPhone. This custom headset has been designed specifically for the iPhone 4 and comes equipped with a simple control with three buttons with a secure grip on one of the headphone cords.
The buttons control
- Answer and termination of calls
- Music and video playback (including pause and next / previous track)
- Recording of voice memos with compatible devices
The a-JAYS Four iPhone headset is also compatible with 3G iPhone 3Gs.
a-JAYS Four iPhone has the superior sound of the a-JAYS Three, with a refined midrange for optimum voice transmission and is supplemented by a new, custom-built, silicon microphone. The headset features secure grip buttons and a newly developed, angled 3.5mm plug. It also has a flat, tangle-free cord and will be available in black and white.
“It’s really exciting for us to be able to offer a musically powerful earphone that is specially tailored to the iPhone, which generates masses of attention every time it is updated. For us as a manufacturer of accessories, it is absolutely crucial that we can quickly adapt our product line to such significant developments in the market”, said Peter Cedmer, Product Manager at Jays. “As a smaller company, we have the flexibility to pick up ideas that would otherwise be quite impossible for bigger companies to deliver to market within the same timeframe.”