Active Noise Control HiFi Bluetooth Headphones: BoomBoom 565
Marmitek introduces HiFi Stereo Bluetooth headphones with Active Noise Control (ANC)! This allows you to wirelessly enjoy your music from your tablet or smartphone, in excellent sound quality. ANC uses an ingenious piece of technology to filter out ambient noise. See the newsletter below for examples of its applications.
The BoomBoom 565 are over-the-ear headphones. They come with audio cable, protection case, airplane adapter and a usb cable.
Listen to music from your smartphone or tablet, wirelessly anywhere.
• With active noise control for use in noisy environments.
• Digital sound quality with clear mid-range and deep bass.
• Rechargeable for more than 8 hours of listening enjoyment.
• Comes with a special airplane kit and travel case.
• With integrated phone functionality.
• Suitable for all Bluetooth-enabled audio sources, such as iPad/iPhone, Blackberry, Android smartphones, tablets and laptops.
Product leaflet BoomBoom 565
Technically, HDMI is able to cross a distance of 10 metres through an HDMI cable, with no visible loss of quality. Wirelessly, this is already possible up to 30 metres, but only without any obstacles. What if you want to extend the signal by more than 10 metres, or want to transfer it to another room/location? Then extending HDMI over CAT5 is the solution.
Today, Marmitek introduces the MegaView 80, for transmitting HDMI over CAT5/6.
It allows you to extend the transfer of HD content (Full HD 1080p) up to 100 metres from your Digital TV, Media Center PC, game console or hard disk recorder, and view it elsewhere on a TV or projector screen.
How does it work?
You use an HDMI cable to connect your HDMI device to the MegaView 80’s transmitter. This transfers the HD signal to a CAT5/6 cable or home network (LAN), allowing you to use a MegaView 80 receiver to pick up the signal elsewhere. Use an HDMI cable to connect your TV or beamer to it.
Many new houses are equipped with a CAT5 network. Now, this can be easily used for transmitting HDMI, for example, to the bedroom TV, the loft or the conservatory. Or you can always lay a cable yourself, of course.
- Easily connects to your home network (LAN) using TCP/ IP protocol.
- A CAT5 cable costs only a fraction of an HDMI cable.
- A CAT5 cable has little or no loss of quality, not even over longer distances.
- HDMI cables can be tricky to guide through conduits (e.g. because they are inflexible and the connectors are non-removable). With a CAT5 cable, this is much easier.
- The use of an HDMI switcher allows you to transfer signals from multiple HD devices to the MegaView 80 transmitter.
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