Tenqa dropping DJ-style Bluetooth headphones for only $39

Tenqa dropping DJ-style Bluetooth headphones for only $39
Most of us are drawn to the allure of wireless headphones, but let’s face it, when those new cans are going to set you back 100 bucks or more, the wire doesn’t seem too bad. If you’ve had your eye out for a pair of Bluetooth headphones, you’ll be happy to hear that Tenqa is planning on dropping its REMXD wireless Bluetooth DJ-style headphones in early February for the palatable price of $39.

In addition to listening to your favorite beats, these headphones also sport a built in microphone. You can answer a call right from the headphones and they will automatically pause your music then restart it when the call is complete.

The internal rechargeable battery provides up to 22.5 hours of talk time or 180 hours of standby with a 3.5-hour charge. That should equate to approximately 15 hours of music streaming. If that isn’t enough time for you to listen and recharge, the REMXD headphones also come with a detachable 3.5 mm audio cable, so you get your music fix even if you run out of juice.

The REMXD will be available in black or white and should be active on Amazon shortly. It will be interesting to see if the sound quality stacks up to the rest of the great features and the great price.



source: Tenqa via Android Community

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3 Comments

1. Hello-dirt

Posts: 102; Member since: May 02, 2010

Everything sounds nice, but, like you mentioned, the sound quality is key, especially for me. I despise the cheap earbuds that come with my sansa player. I dearly wish my ears were not so sensitive.

2. LoneShaolin

Posts: 307; Member since: Jan 14, 2012

I want the white ones. Waiting patiently for them to go live on Amazon

3. Remlxfa

Posts: 3; Member since: Jan 29, 2012

I want these for my iPod.

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