iT7x Headphones

Total Freedom with the iT7x Bluetooth Headphones

In a headphone market dominated by the ‘style over substance’ – ‘Beats by Dre’ you are going to have to launch something pretty special or have a solid celebrity backing to give yourself a chance against the ‘Beats’. With this in mind it just might be the case that the iT7x (despite the name being not quite as catchy) can succeed on both levels.

The new  iT7x headphones are part of a range of audio accessories designed by Ian Taylor called iT7Audio. Ian Taylor, in case you didn’t know is a former professional footballer who was best known for plying his trade for Aston Villa in the English Premier League. In addition to spending nine years at Villa Park he also played for Port Vale, Sheffield Wednesday and Derby County before finishing his career at Northampton Town. In the year’s gone-by footballers who moved away from the game after retirement traditionally spent their time opening pubs, playing golf or working for Sky Sports. Ian Taylor is looking to break that mould and replicate some of the success seen by Dr Dre with his latest Bluetooth headphones the iT7Audio.

The iTzx headphones are lightweight and features cushioned speakers with an adjustable headband. Utilising the latest in Bluetooth technology they guarantee quick and easy pairing with the freedom to move around, exercise or commute without getting tangled in wires. Users can listen to their music or make and receive calls via the built-in mic, from up to 10m away. Additionally and most importantly, the iT7x headphones deliver dynamic, high quality sound and offer an advanced noise reduction system to block out the outside world.

With various ‘celebrities’ getting their hands on these it was no surprise to hear that it was a big yes from the X Factor finalists for the iT7x headphones as Union J, James Arthur and Chris Maloney join a long list of stars spotted with the cans. As well as the X Factor contestants, athletes including Wayne Rooney, Joe Hart and Theo Walcott were seen sporting the headphones during the 2012 European Championships both on and off the pitch, while Sunday Brunch presenter Tim Lovejoy also included the headphones within his recent Christmas wish list:

Tweeting about the product, James Arthur (@JamesArthur23) says: “@iT7Audio loving these headphones!! Thanks guys.” Former X Factor finalist Mickey Parsons from District3 also commented: ”They’re perfect for what we do, they make journeys a lot easier, because there’s no wires and also really comfortable. As they’re Bluetooth connected I can leave my phone on the desk whilst walking around the room, listening to music or on a call.”

Ian Taylor comments: “We love that the X Factor contestants are wearing the iT7 headphones, they’re easily distinguishable with the blue LED on the ear-piece making them really stand out.”

The iT7 range also includes the iT7s in-ear sports headphones launching soon.

Pricing and availability:

The iT7x headphones retail at £149.97 and are available from Tesco Phone Shop

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