Kleer's reference design enables low-power earphones

January 03, 2007

Jack.Shandle-January 03, 2007

Kleer's reference design for small form factor wireless earphones delivers at least 10 hours playtime of lossless CD-quality digital stereo audio over a robust 2.4-GHz link.

The company claims the design is also the industry's first for un-tethered earphones, which means there is no wire between the right and the left earphone.

The earphones will work with any Kleer-based audio source, including portable audio/media players, home audio/theater systems, and automotive systems.

The reference design includes an optional adaptor for the latest generation iPod.

Kleer's wireless earphone reference design is based on the Company's KLR3012 RF audio module, the first product in the company's recently announced Kleer Audio LP line of RF wireless modules.

The Kleer reference design provides manufacturers with the baseline set of technical information they need to bring these much anticipated wireless earphones to market, including the BOM, schematics and Gerber files. Evaluation kits and the earphone reference design can be ordered by contacting Kleer.

Kleer will be exhibiting at CES 2007, at the Sands Convention Center, booth #IP209.

More information is available at www.kleer.com.

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