Parrot Zik Bluetooth Wireless Headphones | Designed by Philippe Starck

By - June 28th, 2012

Parrot Zik Bluetooth Wireless Headphones | Designed by Philippe Starck

For audiophiles, Bluetooth headphones have always been suspect, but the http://parrot.com/usa/” target=”_blank”>Parrot Zik headphones address the issues that typically plague wireless headsets. There’s the design pedigree, with http://starck.com/” target=”_blank”>Philippe Starck creating an elegant and sleek aesthetic with comfortable earcups that completely enclose the ear. Instead of using buttons, a simple finger swipe up the back of the right earcup turns up the volume, while a swipe forward advances the track list. Taking off the headset pauses the music. In terms of connectivity, just tapping your NFC-equipped phone to one of the earcups completes the pairing. Active noise cancellation contributes to superior sound, while bone-conduction technology cancels noise when you have to take a call. Check out  a pair of introductory videos below. Images via: http://hayabusa.bz/news/2012/06/parrotzik.php” target=”_blank”>hayabusa

Parrot Zik Bluetooth Wireless Headphones | Designed by Philippe Starck Parrot Zik Bluetooth Wireless Headphones | Designed by Philippe Starck

Parrot Zik Bluetooth Wireless Headphones | Designed by Philippe Starck

Parrot Zik Bluetooth Wireless Headphones | Designed by Philippe Starck

Parrot Zik Bluetooth Wireless Headphones | Designed by Philippe Starck

Parrot Zik Bluetooth Wireless Headphones | Designed by Philippe Starck

Parrot Zik Bluetooth Wireless Headphones | Designed by Philippe Starck

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