KitSound Active launched as wireless Bluetooth sports clip

Exclusive: KitSound launch wireless audio sports clip

KitSound Active launched a sports-based wireless audio clip

Audio specialist KitSound has launched the KitSound Active a new Bluetooth enabled sports clip that allows users to listen to music from their handset or MP3 player without the need for restrictive wires.

Freeing up user’s movements during sporting activities the KitSound Active easily clips to clothing or a rucksack connecting wirelessly via Bluetooth technologies to your music player at a range of up to 30 feet.

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Boasting six physical control buttons users can increase and decrease volume, skip forward and back between tracks and even answer and take calls direct from the Active clip via the inbuilt microphone.

"Bluetooth technology has moved on dramatically in recent years, so we're excited to be a part of the revolution,” KitSound's Justin Christie announced. “The sound quality of the KitSound Active is awesome and we're confident users will love the wireless audio experience.”

“When developing the device, we were keen to ensure it was lightweight in design to complement an active lifestyle, and also give users the option of using their own headphones,” Christie added.

Packaged with a pair of interchangeable headphones the KitSound Active is available now priced £39.99.

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