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Bang & Olufsen unwraps luxury EarSet 3i buds for iPhones

updated 03:20 pm EDT, Tue May 24, 2011

Bang & Olufsen ships EarSet 3i earbuds for iPods

Bang & Olufsen has just introduced its lastest in-ear headphones for Apple devices, the EarSet 3i. A successor to the EarSet 3, it has a four-pole mini jack and buttons for controlling volume, music playback and answering phone calls, hanging up or putting them on hold. A microphone is also built-in.

The earbuds keep up the Danish luxury firm's habits and are made of brushed aluminum and soft-touch rubber. Each weighs a relatively light eight grams with the total weight falling in at 23 grams, including the 3.3-foot cord. The frequency range is relatively light on bass at 50Hz to 20,000Hz.

The set is now available for purchase, though prices are not being revealed.







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  1. tonewheel

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    "Prices Not Revealed"

    It's B&O. It's going to be outrageous $$$$$.

  1. iPodNNguest

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +12

    Errr....not so difficult, guys...

    "The set is now available for purchase, though prices are not being revealed." - SAY WHAT? Crack journalism, guys....simply crack.

    Was clicking on the link in your own story to reveal the price really that difficult? Sheesh. It's $199 in case you still are having difficulties.

    Sheesh. Available but not revealed....I feel like I'm reading Failblog.

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