Enjoy magic and simplicity at your fingertips with the touch and gesture controlled Philips Tapster Bluetooth stereo in-ear headset. It delivers pristine audio quality with FullSound technology and clear calls enhanced by Philips EverClear.
Touch and gesture control
Control your headset by simply touching it's surface - no more fumbling with tiny, hard-to-locate keys. Sensors and advanced software in your Bluetooth headset register and interpret any touch so that - for example - a stroke on the headsets surface adjusts the volume, a tap picks up a call, or taking off the headset will transfer an active call to the phone.
FullSound enhanced music
What is music without heart and soul? During the recording and compression of digital music details and dynamics of the live music get lost. FullSound is a smart algorithm, running on a powerful chip inside the headset. It improves the quality of your music and restores the music’s original dynamics, stereo effects, bass and treble to reveal previously unheard detail without distortion. FullSound is enabled out of the box, and can be turned off and on.
EverClear technology for clear calls
Phone calls are often led in noisy environments, leading to difficult to understand conversations. In this headset Everclear Technology digitally filters out noise, so a clear voice signal is received and sent out for crystal clear calls. It also recognizes if you enter loud environments and adapts the headsets volume accordingly.
Derived from a thorough understanding of the anatomy of a human ear canal, the Angled Acoustic design adjusts the angle of the speaker tube and ear bud to individual ear canal shapes. Besides delivering sound directly to your ears, it also creates a perfect seal from ambient noise that enables you to listen to your music at lower volume levels.
Bluetooth HSP/HFP compliant - Universal
Bluetooth is a cable replacement technology. Bluetooth is a global standard, so Bluetooth devices of different manufacturers can interoperate using shared Bluetooth profiles. HSP (Handset Profile) and HFP (Handsfree Profile) are the profiles required for typical Bluetooth headset operations. If your mobile phone is compliant to HSP or HFP (like virtually any Bluetooth enabled phone) this headset will work with it. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. is under license.
Bluetooth® Stereo (A2DP compliant)
This Philips device fully supports Bluetooth Stereo (A2DP). A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) compliance enables this headset to receive stereo music from any Bluetooth device that is A2DP compliant. Therefore you can use this headset with any compatible mobile phone, PC, Bluetooth adapter, MP3 player etc. that supports A2DP.
Wireless call management
Manage your call without using your mobile phone. This includes call aceptance, rejection, voice dial and redial. Voice dial and redial have to be supported by your mobile phone.
Bluetooth enabled wireless handsfree talking
Using your cellphone without a headset can be inconvenient and unsafe. In many locations it is also illegal while driving. Wired handsfree kits add the hassle of a cable. A Bluetooth headset replaces the cable with a short range wireless Bluetooth connection, so your hands are free and your freedom to move is not hampered by a cable. Because the transmitted energy close to your head is much lower than that radiated from your mobile phone Bluetooth also decreases potential risks associated with cellphone radiation.