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Color: COBALT BLUE
A no compromise, high-performance noise-isolating headset and earphones that delivers best-in-class benefits and superior value, perfectly matched to the latest product innovations from most smartphones that support a 3.5mm, 4-conductor stereo phone plug. The hf2 features a close-proximity, high sensitivity microphone that works with many popular smartphones and tablets from Blackberry, Samsung, HTC, Motorola Mobility, HP, and of course, Apple.
Etymotic's hf2 looks and feels great, too. With a soft-touch finish in 3 color options (Black, Ruby, and Cobalt), the hf2 ships to you with an assortment of noise-isolating ACCU-Fit ear tips to ensure proper seal and comfort. You also have the option of ordering custom molded eartips with Etymotic's CUSTOM-FIT program.
Etymotic hf2 earphones deliver 85%+ response accuracy from 20 Hz - 15 kHz. hf2 achieves the highest output sensitivity in its class with 105 dB SPL sensitivity at 1 kHz at 0.1 mV, thanks to Etymotic's Accu-Driver high performance, precision matched, balanced armature drivers.
Etymotic's specially-designed earphone tips create 35 dB - 42 dB of noise isolation, which is the highest documented noise isolation of any earphones or headphones on the market today. This earphone headset comes with several types of eartips--3-flange, foam, and glider--to help you achieve a comfortable fit while retaining maximum noise isolation.
The Etymotic hf2 headset works with smartphones and tablets including, but not limited to, those running Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone, HP WebOS, Symbian and Apple iOS. With feature-compatible devices, you can play or pause music, change tracks, and change volume in addition to answering and ending phone calls.
Functionality for send/end, play/pause, forward/back track varies with device manufacturers' software. Please verify that your phone or tablet supports a 3.5 mm 4-conductor stereo phone plug.
An inline cable slider makes cable management easy. The hf2 headset can be worn with the cables in front or in back of the head. The cable slider can be adjusted by moving it up or down for a snug fit.The Awareness! by Etymotic app that was offered with Android compatible headsets has been discontinued.
Custom molds can be made for all Etymotic earphones and headsets. CUSTOM-FIT molds enhance your listening experience. They provide a comfortable, secure fit and do not alter the exceptional sound quality of the earphones. Register your Etymotic headset at etymotic.com/customfit and print out a voucher. Find a network provider on the CustomFit page who can make impressions of your ears and order custom molds for your Etymotic product.
Etymotic hf2 earphone headset with 4 foot cable, assorted eartips, filter tool with replacement filters, storage pouch.
I really wish I could give 4.5 stars, because while they're not without their flaws, they're still my favorite IEMs for the price. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Colin
I love these headphones... my only beef is that they're easy to lose because they're so tiny, and they don't last forever. Read morePublished 2 months ago by P. Siegel
Awesome headphones. This is the second pair I've owned (the first were MC5's), and these are worth the extra cost.Published 3 months ago by Holland P.
I needed a replacement after my Meelectronics A161P broke. A161P set a high standard for sound quality for me, except the cables were flimsy plus it didn't even last a year. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Arathena
Most beautiful one.
Clear sound with best passive noise isolation.
Enough cable length.
Just one con is touch noise. Read more
I own several Etymotic Research earphone sets purchased over many years and also own a set of their hearing protectors. They are all very high quality. This is a brand I trust. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sweet Pea in ID
I use these mostly on flights with my iPod or out walking plogged into my Lumia to listen to podcasts. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Thomas Murphy
I used the MC2s for several years and loved them. The MC2s were good enough that I figured the limiting factors in my audio fidelity were the environment, MP3 encoding, and my... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer