Είμαστε η μουσική αλήθεια .
Δέν που λάμε ακουστικά, προσφέρουμε το όραμα της ιδιοφυίας του Dr. Dre’s και τού Jimmy Iovine’s . Σας αξίζει να έχετε την υψηλή ποιότητα ήχου, όπου και αν είστε όταν θέλετε να την ακούσετε.
Poor quality, bad music files and crappy equipment have stood in the way of you and the artist you love. Our mission is to fix what’s been wrong so you can experience your favorite music in ways you haven’t before, and connect to the artist in a way you’ve never imagined.
Unlike other sound companies who’s technical approach lacks emotion, our Beats Audio sound is handcrafted by Dr. Dre himself and some of the world’s best producers. We don’t engineer the sound to “make it better,” we use our unique blend of science and artistry to bring you exactly what the artist intended.
We work with partners like HTC, HP and Chrysler to make sure that whether you’re on your phone, computer or in your car you will get our signature Beats sound. We first start off by making sure your hardware is tailored to deliver the best possible sound quality. That includes considering things like: speaker location, adequate power supply, quality jacks, amplifier and digital to audio converter. Once we have the hardware right we then complement with Beats Audio software.
The Beats Audio tuning process holds the highest respect for the artist – never interfering with the track. In our opinion, there’s nothing better than what the artist originally made in the studio.
Beats Audio software paired with tailored hardware ensures the best sound possible, one which meets the high standards of Dr. Dre. Without his stamp of approval, it doesn’t go out the door. Period. This is why we can deliver a listening experience that captures the essence of what was originally created in the studio.
Design, Fit, and Pairing The Plantronics Marque 2 is made entirely of plastic; you can get one in either white or black. Thanks to a lightly coated finish and tight tolerances, it doesn’t feel Plantronics Marque M155, there are fewer controls on the Marque 2 than on Plantronics’ higher-end headsets. The package contains the Marque 2, an AC adapter, and fold-out manual and safety guides in addition to the three differently sized eartips.
The top edge of the Marque 2 features a sliding power switch, while the front panel contains a slightly indented, easy-to-find multi-function button for answering and ending calls. The bottom edge holds a combination Volume and Mute button. This design isn’t ideal, as you have to cycle through available volume levels by tapping the button repeatedly, but it’s easy enough to get used to, and you can always control volume from the handset. Holding the button down toggles Mute. An indicator light shows power, pairing, and low battery status. It doesn’t look like it, but the Marque 2 is very comfortable to wear. The gel eartip and oversized gel loop make it virtually impossible for the headset to fall out, while simultaneously not putting any undue pressure on your ear. I had no problem using the default eartip size, but having the two additional choices is helpful. The first time you power up the Marque 2, it automatically enters pairing mode and delivers voice-prompt-based instructions. You can answer or ignore calls just by saying either word. Sound Quality, Other Features, and Conclusions The Marque 2 now features a dual-mic design; one mic captures your voice, while the other works to detect and then cancel out background noise while preserving the sound of your voice. There’s plenty of gain in the earpiece. Calls sounded smooth and clear, if somewhat trebly. Transmissions through the microphone were a bit thin and brittle in quiet environments. The noise cancellation worked well to eliminate steady noise sources when I wasn’t speaking. But the sound of my voice quickly degenerated and became unintelligible once the headset began to cancel background noise simultaneously, such as when I was speaking over construction when outdoors, and when speaking indoors near an air conditioner. Plantronics has slightly improved DeepSleep, a mode the headset slips into if it’s no longer in range of your Jawbone Era, which is much much more expensive (double the price), but delivers the best voice and noise cancellation performance available in many conditions indoors and out. For the price difference we would like our morning coffee to go. The Samsung HM1800 lacks capable noise cancellation and A2DP streaming, but is otherwise a great bargain. Finally, if you don’t mind using a pair of earbuds on short wires, the Jabra Clipper lets you connect wirelessly to your phone for stereo music as well as hands-free calls. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8GO8AD2Sfs
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