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Shure debuts MPA-3c Music Phone Adapter


Shure has unveiled its Music Phone Adapter, a modular accessory that converts the company’s earphones into a stereo headset, and allows iPhone users to switch between listening and communicating. The device features a low-profile VoicePort microphone tuned to enhance intelligibility regardless of background noise, a control button for answering and ending calls, and a detachable modular design.  “The release of the iPhone promises to change the face of the music phone industry by getting serious music lovers to make the leap to a converged device,” said Mark Karnes, Executive Director of Marketing, Shure Incorporated. “The Shure MPA combined with our award-winning earphones provides the missing piece of the convergence puzzle: one convenient accessory that seamlessly delivers premium audio for all portable listening activities.” The Shure MPA-3c Music Phone Adapter is compatible with both the iPhone and the Motorola RAZR V3i, and will sell for $40 when it is released in August.

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It seems like Shure is way ahead of the curve first with PTH and now this in-cord microphone. Will it work with any earphones?

Posted by technolawyer on June 27, 2007 at 2:12 AM (CDT)


No, Shure is not ahead of the curve.  Look at Seidio Online at .  They’ve had these for a long time for other phones ;) .  See here:

Posted by shadowcat on June 27, 2007 at 2:49 PM (CDT)

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