Your headphones just became Bluetooth headphones with ClipR

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Muse Mini ClipR

Do you have a favorite set of headphones or earphones, the ones you would love to take with you everywhere, the ones that are broken in just right, not only for your musical taste but also fit fantastically? Now don’t you wish those headphones or earphones were Bluetooth-enabled so you don’t have to carry your music device all over the house with you or keep pulling it out of your pocket or purse? The ClipR from Muse Mini can do that for you. The ClipR is a 1.625-inch diameter device that connects via NFC or Bluetooth to your NFC- or Bluetooth-enabled audio device, allowing you to plug any headphones or earphones with a 3.5mm jack into the ClipR and listen to your music wirelessly. The ClipR has built-in controls to allow you to control things such as volume and track and to even answer phone calls. Coated with a special rubber polymer, the ClipR comes in five different colors. A unique feature of the ClipR is its built-in microphone, allowing the user to answer a phone call even if their headphones or earphones do not have a built-in mic. Technical specifications noted from the Muse Mini web site are:

  • Bluetooth Version: CSR V4.0 and NFC
  • Frequency: 2.4GHz~2.48GHz
  • Profile supported: Headset and hands free, HSP ,A2DP ,AVRCP
  • APT-X technology
  • Operation range:10 m
  • Talking time:7~8Hours
  • Music playing time:6~7 Hours
  • Stand-by time:150~180 Hours
  • 1.625″ in diameter

At $39.99 from the Muse Mini web site, the ClipR may be a great way to bring your headphones or earphones to the next level.

2 thoughts on “Your headphones just became Bluetooth headphones with ClipR”

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  2. navaneeth Suresh

    Hi, Thanks for the review, found it very useful.
    I noticed that you’ve mentioned aptX as one of the features of the ClipR, but nowhere on the musemini website/product page itself would you find it mentioned. aptX support is really important for me so I was wondering if there’s any way of knowing for sure if ClipR has aptX support? Thanks!

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