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Retailer pitches tiny A2DP earphones

You can't get much smaller

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Over-ear cans are great if only the best noise-cancelling audio quality will do. But if portability and compactness are your key requirements, then the tiny JayBird Bluetooth Stereo Earphones could be the alternative answer.

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JayBird's JB-200: tiny

Online retailer Advanced MP3 Players claims the in-ear JB-200 headphones are one of the smallest and lightest sets of Bluetooth A2DP wireless stereo earphones in the world.

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The cans are sweat and water resistant

Needless to say, it states that the cans are ideally suited for “active usage”, so if you’re thinking of using them for jogging to then you’ll be glad to hear that the earphones are also sweat and water resistant.

The cans are compatible with a range of MP3 players - you may need a Bluetooth adaptor (not included) for some of them - and will, of course, also allow you make and answer calls if you connect them to a phone. A stylish charging dock has also been designed for powering-up the JB-200.

The JB-200 is available online now for £80 (€110/$160).

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