Digitek has today launched DBE-021, a Bluetooth stereo earphone built with A2DP/AVRCR technology to deliver high-quality stereo sound. The DBE-021 neckband stereo earphone is priced at Rs 799 and is available from nearby stores or via Amazon and Flipkart.
The device supports Bluetooth V 5.0 and sports a robust design for a comfortable fit, especially during high-intensity activities like gym exercises, running or other sports activity. DBE-021 comes with easy-to-use and comprehensive control buttons for wireless operations. The built-in microphone facility enables the users to manage hands-free calling easily.
When charged for 1 hour, users can enjoy music up to 5 hours or 5 hours of calling. In case of low battery, the built-in Voice Prompt acts as a reminder to charge the device. The neckband built allows the earphones to safely remain around the user’s neck and avoid falling off, when not being used for music or calling.
Using the comprehensive control panel, users can also receive or reject calls, put calls on hold and perform auto-redial with single button-press action. The other notable features of DBE-021 are echo cancellation as well as noise reduction technology to enjoy music seamlessly, smart power OFF function to automatically turn off the device when not connected to any smartphone within 8 minutes. Digitek’s DBE-021 has a signal coverage within walking distance of 10m of barrier-free space, music track selection, play and pause functions.
Amit Saraf, Managing Director, IMS Mercantiles Pvt Ltd, the parent company of Digitek said, “We are thrilled to launch the DBE-021 neckband stereo earphone with advanced functions related to music listening and calling function. It is a premium earphone under affordable range, by the best within the category of similar products in the industry. Its sturdy built enables safe and easy-to-manage usage as well as adds to its premium style. I am sure this neckband will be the most preferred device for music and fitness enthusiasts who draw inspiration from listening to peppy music during workouts.”