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Iriver and Diver Entertainment Systems bring you the underwater MP3 player

Discussion in 'News & PR' started by Marlat, Jun 17, 2004.


  1. Marlat

    Marlat

    Sep 17, 2002
    London UK
    From: Music Industry News Network

    Going where no MP3 players have gone, iRiver and Diver Entertainment Systems (DES) today announced the H2O Audio DV series. Building on iRiver's #1 ranking iFP-300T series flash players, the players are fully submersible to depths of up to 200 feet enabling users to enjoy digital audio while SCUBA diving, snorkeling, free diving and engaging in other active water sports.
     
  2. Marlat

    Marlat

    Sep 17, 2002
    London UK
    Continued

    As a unique addition to iRiver's successful line of feature-rich portable audio devices, the new H2O Audio DV series combines an award-winning iRiver MP3 player with DES's patented durable, waterproof housing featuring a headphone amplifier, robust controls and secure locking mechanism.

    The H2O Audio DV series feature up to 512MB* of storage capable of holding over 16 hours** of music and provide up to 24 hours of battery life using one AA and one 9V battery. The player comes with accessories including, underwater earphones, high-quality earphones, fastening clip, maintenance kit, user manuals, software CD, USB Cable, line-in cable and 9V and AA batteries.

    "Our MP3 players combined with DES's innovative, waterproof housing open a new frontier for divers," said Jonathan Sasse, president of iRiver America. "With the H2O Audio DV, iRiver remains at the forefront in providing the ultimate listening experience anywhere on Earth."

    "The positive feedback we have received has been phenomenal. While underwater, the diver is virtually surrounded by audio, which enriches the overall diving experience," said Carl Pettersen of DES. "The possible uses beyond music, such as underwater audio tours of historic sites, or enhanced training, makes the availability of this product very exciting."

    Source: http://www.mi2n.com/press.php3?press_nb=67968