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Product Description

Betron MK23 Earbuds and Headphones with Microphone

Professionally designed to provide truly outstanding audio quality, the Betron MK23 earbuds are incredibly user friendly and enhance your listening experience. Well designed and sleek, the headphones combine comfort, power and an immersive experience.

Premium Sound and Noise Isolation

MK23 has a high-performance earphone driver that brings out the bass in your favourite tracks, as well as enhancing mids and highs so that every note is clear and crisp. They outperform their range with a premium listening experience. The headphones eliminate outside noise to keep your music crystal clear. They also allow you to listen to your tracks at much lower and safer volumes. The MK23 includes various size silicone earbuds for maximum comfort and the perfect fit.

Take Calls Anywhere With The Built-In Microphone

The earbud headphones with microphone. Take and make calls anywhere and music with detailed sound. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod, MP3 Players, Android Devices, Tablets and more. Some devices may require headphone adapter.

Functional Earbuds

The earbuds are sweatproof and have a heavy bass reproduction, so you can enjoy your tracks whilst going for a run or working out. Metal housing makes them extra durable and stable, and the lightweight earpieces are very comfortable.

The MK23 wired earbuds with microphone include a carry case, 6 pairs of silicone ear bud tips, gold plated 3.5mm plug for a signal with maximum definition, a cable clip earphone wire.

In Ear Earbud Headphones

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Earbuds with Mic

Betron MK23 provides a super wide frequency response. You can enjoy the deepest bass lines to crisp trebles as the same time. Small and lightweight earpieces are very comfortable and designed for longer listening times.

Noise Isolating Earbuds reduces the surrounding sounds and provides a better listening experience.

Tangle-Free Flat Cable is easy to use when you take your earphones out of the carry case.

Built-in Microphone allows you to make or receive phone calls.

Betron MK23 is everything you expect from an earphone.

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Betron MK23 Earbuds Specifications

Microphone Yes
Cable Type Tangle-Free Cable
Headphone Jack 3.5mm Gold Plated Jack
Sensitivity 118dB
Impedance 32 Ohm
Cable Length 1.2 Meter
In the Box Silicon Earbuds ( S,M,L), Carry Case
Frequency Responce 14Hz to 22kHz
Packaging Type Retail
Compatiblity Compatible with any device with a 3.5 mm jack, including Android and IOS smartphones; laptops, tablets, computers etc. Devices without a 3.5 mm jack, like the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy may require adapter ( adapter not included)

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