Difference between Kleer and Bluetooth

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How does Kleer differ from Bluetooth? I only heard about Kleer just recently so it makes me wonder what it is.

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Difference between Kleer and Bluetooth

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Kleer is a new wireless technology just like Bluetooth which works similar to Bluetooth. The main difference its transmission quality. Kleer works more efficiently than Bluetooth when compared to packet transmission.

Let me explain clearly kleer works up to 10m range and even Bluetooth works up to 10m range both operates at 2.4 GHz. Suppose if you are listening to music via Bluetooth it may send data properly when you are alone and not in a crowded location. But it fails to transfer quality output to your headset when you are in crowd. But kleer can perform lot better in this it can transfer data even when you are in busy crowd.

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Difference between Kleer and Bluetooth

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Kleer technology is a wireless system that gives wireless streaming with full CD quality audio. You can use it on headphones and portable devices and can also be applied in wireless speakers, streaming of video, and more. It runs in the 2.4 GHz range and can stream 44.1 kHz, 16-bit audio including high resistance to interference.

It also features a longer battery life and a much enhanced performance than with Bluetooth. Its toughness is capable of allowing several listeners from only a single source. There are also other headphone manufacturers like Sennheiser that uses Kleer in several of their headphone models. This technology seems to be a serious competitor to the Bluetooth technology in terms of longer battery life, improved overall sound performance, and especially signal consistency.

Kleer and Bluetooth are generally the same but Kleer offers a superior wireless range, better audio quality, and the best part is that it doesn’t require any pairing unlike when using Bluetooth.

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