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Jabra dips into speakers for phones, iPods

updated 03:05 pm EST, Tue February 20, 2007

Jabra J5010 Speakers

Venturing away from its familiar territory of headsets, Jabra has revealed its first dedicated speaker system. Named the J5010, the system has been co-developed by Klipsch to play music from just about any portable music device: in addition to the typical 3.5mm headphone jack, Jabra's speakers have connections for both 2.5mm and mini-USB plugs -- ensuring that almost any cellphone can play its music from the 30-watt stereo. A source selector means that the two devices can hook into the speakers at once, Jabra and Klipsch say. A cradle keeps an attached device readily in sight while it plays.

Jabra hopes to ship the J5010 before the end of March for $149. [via Music Gizmos]



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