#CES 2015: Parrot Zik Sport, The most advanced wireless sport headphones
Parrot Zik Sport is the most advanced wireless sport headphones with premium audio features, comfortable and trendy design dedicated to sport, and an application to customize your experience.
Premium Audio Features
- Adaptive noise cancelling isolates external sound almost completely depending of your environment: calm or noisy.
- Brand new Street Mode allows capturing sounds around and playing them directly to user’s ear. Hence help runners to stay safe when practicing jogging especially in busy streets.
- The headset is equipped with powerful DSP (Digital Sound Processor) algorithms which reconstructs the sound, giving you the impression that the music is coming from in front of you; this is the “Parrot Concert Hall” effect.
Design by Starck
For Parrot Zik Sport, engineers have collaborated with the French designer Philippe Starck to provide the best of audio and innovation in comfortable and trendy new earphones.
Download the free dedicated App to customize your experience:
- Adaptive noise cancelling for gradual isolation from surrounding noise
- Heart rate measurement via in-ear biometric sensor
- Analysis of your running style: cadence, ground contact time, vertical oscillation
- Seamless synchronization of your performance with your favorite sport apps
The most advanced wireless sport headphones
Parrot Zik Sport in a nutshell:
- Wireless in-ear headphones for the sports enthusiast
- Patented headband for ultimate stability and comfort
- Free dedicated App to customize your experience
- Stunning sound with 32 bits DSP
- Bluetooth 4.0 to play music, make and receive calls
- Battery time: up to 5 hours with full features
In the press:
“That’s a very impressive package given how much smaller these headphones are.” – Richard Lai, Engadget
“Parrot’s Zik 2.0 headphones are an impressive set of headgear, and with the Zik Sport, Parrot has done everything in its power to cram all of their power into a small package.” – Mario Aguilar, Gizmodo
“We’ve already seen headphones that can measure your heart rate, but at CES this year, Parrot’s gone several steps further” – Will Findlater, Stuff.tv
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