LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Panasonic, a leader in consumer electronics technology, today announced the Panasonic RP-BTGS10 Bone Conduction Headphone model for the 2013 line-up of headphone products. This unique, wireless headphone model provides sound transmission via bone conduction, freeing up a user's ears for other important sounds and are wireless to ensure they don't interfere with active users' activities. To provide sound transmission, the Panasonic RP-BTGS10 headphones sit directly in front of a user's ear canal, instead of inside or over the ear canal, where vibrations move through the bone directly into the auditory nerve, producing crystal clear sound. With placement outside the ear, the Panasonic RP-BTGS10 headphones have the ability to free up one's ear drum giving users the opportunity to hear their favorite music while still listening to the outside world. This is especially convenient for use in the office or while jogging or cycling as it allows users to listen to their favorite music while still hearing the voices of colleagues, the ring of a telephone or the beep of a car horn. The Panasonic RP-BTGS10 headphones are also equipped with a bone conduction microphone, which will allow a user to record voice notes or take telephone calls while listening to their music. Like the headphone unit, the microphone picks up spoken sound via bone conduction, based on the vibrations of a user's voice. For active users who tend to sweat, the Panasonic RP-BTGS10 headphones are drip-proof due to the unique product design which is void of air holes in the earphone. The sleek product design rests comfortably on a users head and while staying secured in place. With wireless headphone technology, users won't have to worry about accidentally pulling the headphones from their head or long cords tangling. Additionally the headphones allow the elderly or hard-of-hearing to hear television clearly without turning up their TV speakers to loud levels as they work with televisions equipped with Bluetooth® transmitter.
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