Sound ID Releases 510 Bluetooth Headset, Complete with iPhone App

Posted on 24. May, 2010 by in Tech News

Sound ID is a company who we have had the pleasure of reviewing a Bluetooth headset for in the past.  Today they are proud to announce the release of the 510 headset, available at AT&T.

The Sound ID 510 boasts the following features:

  • · 3X NoiseNavigation delivered through three microphones, a fine scale noise-cancelling algorithm and advanced sound processing to help eliminate background noise.
  • · A unique Touch Sensor that allows for easy volume adjustment.
  • · An On/Off Switch that helps to conserve battery life and eliminate pocket dialing.
  • · Multi-point Technology that lets users securely connect with two Bluetooth-enabled phones and answer or originate calls on either phone.
  • · Environmental Mode to amplify surrounding sound while wearing the headset – allowing clear conversations “On” and “Off” the phone.
  • · Robust battery life with over five hours of talk time and 135 hours of standby time.

There is also an iPhone application (iTunes link) currently available through the App Store specifically built for this headset to help you have even more control over key features.

The apps key features are:

  • · “Personal Sound,” which allows the personalization of listening preferences; users simply drag the ID icon across their phone’s screen to change sound quality or enhance listening levels, stop when it sounds best and the setting is automatically saved.
  • · The “Visual Battery Indicator” to keep updated on the headset’s battery life.
  • · The “Find Me” control to help locate a misplaced headset; simply press the “Find Me” icon on the iPhone and the headset will start emitting a beeping sound.

The headset will be available June 6th in black through AT&T and www.soundid.com.  With the white model being available through Apple on June 15th.  Both models running $129.99  If this headset is anything like the 400 that I reviewed you guys will be more than happy with it.  Adding an app to control the headset is just an added bonus.  If you don’t have an iPhone don’t worry, there are plans for an Android and BlackBerry version of the application in the works.  Images of the application as well as both headsets below.


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