Rand McNally has released three new ClearDryve stereo headphones that convert into mono headsets by removing one ear cup.
ClearDyve 220 incorporates a pliable boom microphone and plush over-the-ear cups. The 210 model uses soft on-ear cups for a lighter fit. And the ClearDryve 100 has a soft on-ear cup and cushioned head pad, and can convert into headphones with the purchase of a second ear cup.
The devices block and/or eliminate more than 90-95% of ambient sound, the company says.
The built-in rechargeable battery offers more than 20 hours of talk time, more than 500 hours of standby time, and more than 20 hours of music playback. Integrated controls can be used to take calls, skip songs, or change volume. The pliable boom mic swings out of the way when not being used, and can be muted.
When activated, the active noise cancelation tunes out ambient noise when listening to music.
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