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Kleer Offers DigiFi Opera Wireless Earbuds

Kleer Offers DigiFi Opera Wireless Earbuds

Wireless tech developer Kleer has begun offering offering has begun offering the Opera wireless earbuds, which it developed in conjunction with South Koreas DigiFi. Although the earbuds have been on sale in Korea for a while, this marks the first time the system has been available in the U.S. market.

The DigiFi Opera earbuds use a 2.4 GHz wireless link to communicate with a transmitter that users can easily attach to an iPod or other personal media player—or, really, anything with a headphone output, including DVD players, stereos, phones, or other systems. The Kleer systems push uncompressed CD-quality (16-bit, 44.1 kHz audio) and claim to offer as much as 10 hours of playback. Unlike systems in which transmitters and headsets are paired one-to-one, up to four people with Kleer-enabled headsets within range can listen to the same audio source.

The DigiFi Opera earbuds are available in black or white, and users can adjust the length of the wire. The units charge via USB, and ship with an audio extension cable. Kleer is offering the DigiFi Opera wireless earbuds now for $98.

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