Rand McNally’s ClearDryve 200 combination stereo headphones have a removable second earpiece that turns the headphones into a mono headset, and the boom microphone swings out of the way when not in use and can be muted. The headset is designed to switch the mono sound from ear to ear, as the adjustable ear cups can be used on either ear. Multiple microphones are engineered to cancel in-cab noise, enabling clear two-way communication for crisp, clean calls, and with the slide of a button, ClearDryve 200’s active noise cancellation helps tune out ambient noise while listening to music. The device is cable-free with a built-in rechargeable battery offering more than 20 hours of talk time, over 500 hours of standby time and more than 20 hours of music playback time. A Bluetooth connection allows drivers to wirelessly connect the headphones with their smartphones up to 50 feet away, enabling them to stay connected and mobile while performing inspections and fueling up. Controls on the headphones enable drivers to take calls, skip songs and change the volume without having to touch their smartphones. The headphones feature premium stitching, oil-resistant materials on memory foam and eye-catching matte and polished metals, with over-the-ear cups that provide comfort and an acoustic seal.
Rand McNally, www.randmcnally.com/cleardryve