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Thursday, July 24, 2008

JVC XA-A50 Headphones

JVC is entering the digital audio player market with the XA-A50. At first glance, it looks like a pair of headphones but wait! there’s a digital audio player hidden inside there. The unit contains 128 MB of flash memory that allows you to store either MP3 or WMA files. Another plus for the XA-A50 is its support for WMA-DRM files. JVC suggests that the headphones will last for 20 hours continuously on one AAA battery.

The new model called the XA-A50 is a pair of headphones with a digital audio player built-in.

Lightweight and wearable, the unit contains 128MB Flash Memory that stores up to 30 MP3 or 60 WMA files.

JVC believes that the new form factor will be highly sought after even though the memory capacity is so small compared to other units available on the market.

As well as storing and playing MP3 or WMA files, the unit is also compatible with WMA-DRM files. Keys are placed on the side of the right-ear while Voice Guidance ensures easy playback and set-up while you are wearing the unit.

JVC are also promising 20-hour continuous playback with one AAA alkaline battery also stored within the unit.

The XA-A50 transfers files via a USB2.0 connection and rather than opt for a proprietary software package you can use the set with Windows Media Player 9 or above.

The unit also provides 2 digital surround modes and 4 SRS modes - SRS TruBass, WOW MODE 1, WOW MODE 2, and WOW MODE 3.

The headphone unit also offers 5 preset EQ modes - FLAT, CLASSIC, ROCK, POP, and LIVE.

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