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Arrakis ARC-10BP-blue, ARC-15BP-blue
Bluetooth enabled radio console
Channel 10 or 15 on these console can be paired to any Bluetooth-enabled audio device such as a cell phone, MP3 player, MP3 recorder-editor, and more. Just pair a cell phone to the ARC-10 or ARC-15, answer incoming calls with the call button and drop them with the drop button, just like a standard phone hybrid. The caller receives the console bus mix so there is no feedback. Or a user can pair any Bluetooth-enabled audio device such as an iPad, tablet device, or MP3 player and stream full bandwidth, high-quality stereo (A2DP) audio to channel 10 or 15 on the console. If a paired cell phone call comes in, then the stereo stream is dropped and the call can be answered. Arrakis does all of this while still allowing an external phone hybrid to be connected to channel 10 or 15 at the same time.
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