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Wireless home theater cans? A dime a dozen these days — luckily, we’re still suckers for a handsome charging dock. Debuting in the halls of the Las Vegas convention center are Rapoo’s H9080 Home Entertainment Wireless Headphones, a leather-clad pair of audio earmuffs that promise deep, on-demand bass boosting and clean treble tones. Rapoo attributes the sets’ audio fidelity to COM-Ti membrane vibration technology, ensuring a pure and mellow sound. A handsome charging cradle keeps your headphones from getting lost, whilst juicing it up for 10 hours of use for every three hours on the cradle. The company isn’t ready to trot out a price tag just yet, but says the headphones will be available in the first quarter of 2013.
See all of Rapoo’s latest gear at CES 2013 – South Hall 2, Booth 25925 at the
Las Vegas Convention Center January 8-11th
LAS VEGAS – Jan. 9, 2013 – Rapoo, a leading manufacturer of wireless peripheral products, announces the new Home Entertainment Wireless Headphones H9080 at CES 2013. The H9080 wireless, over ear headphones are designed specifically for use with home entertainment systems. The headphones feature a smooth leather headband and ear cups making them the ideal solution for watching movies, playing video games and more.
The H9080 features Bass Boost Functionality which delivers a deeper bass with the touch of a button. The headphones also feature COM-Ti Membrane Vibrating Technology which makes the treble pure and bright while keeping the bass mellow and thick.
The H9080 functions via a reliable 5GHz wireless transmission frequency to ensure the headphone reaches 6Mbps wireless bandwidth and up to 10m high-quality audio transmission. The headphones feature a rechargeable lithium-ion battery allowing for up to 10 hours of play time with just a 3 hour charge. The H9080 are charged via the included home station which also doubles as a home base for the headphones preventing users from misplacing their headphones.
The Rapoo Home Entertainment Wireless Headphones H9080 will be available in Q1 2013.