This article was originally published on Polygon.
Read the original article The new Transmitters are like a “magic wand” for hearing in the future, and if you’ve got one, you’re in luck: the company has announced a new pair of headphones that will allow you to communicate with a third party in the same way that a smartphone or other device does.
The headset is called the Transmitter, and it will be available on the company’s website for $499.99.
It comes with a Bluetooth-enabled headset microphone that can be used to communicate, and a 3.5mm headphone jack that’s compatible with headphones.
The earpieces are currently on display at the company, but the company is still working out pricing and availability for the headphones.
The company is hoping that the headset will make hearing in a more accessible, “non-digital world” a bit easier.
The Transmitrs will also be compatible with the new Earbuds app that Apple and Microsoft announced last week, which will allow users to listen to podcasts from an iPhone or iPad.
You can now stream podcasts from the Transmitr, too.
While it sounds like a very small price increase, there are a few caveats to note here.
First of all, the headset only works with Apple’s new Earpods, and not the new headphones that the company released earlier this year.
That means that if you’re going to get one of these earbuds, you may want to consider a pair of the new iPhone Earbud headphones instead.
Secondly, the new headsets are only compatible with iOS devices.
While there’s a chance that Transmit will work with Android phones as well, the company said that it doesn’t plan to do so at this time.
The company said it will look into making a headset compatible with Android devices in the coming months, but for now, it appears that Transmitter will only work with iOS phones.
It’s also worth noting that Transmission will not be able to make its headset a “standard” headset.
The new headset will be designed to be able “to be worn in a standard earpiece, with or without the earpieces attached,” and it can’t have any “other standard features” that a standard headset has.
For instance, it can not have the earpiece being worn in the ear.
As a result, you can’t wear Transmit with other earbud-compatible headphones.
This is likely because the Transmits earbudes are meant to be worn with earbuddies.
If you have a pair that you really want to wear in the middle of your head, though, Transmit’s headset could work just fine.
The companies is working on a “design” that will make the Transminder headsets a standard pair of earboots for your ears, but it will likely be a while before the headset is ready for the masses.
There’s also a catch: The new earbuzzers will only function if you have at least two devices with the Transmtables earbods, or they will not function at all.
That makes sense for people who want to use their Transmenders as a backup pair of hearing aids, but not if you don’t want to share them with others.
The headsets won’t work with your iPhone, Android phone, or any other device that you might want to be using them with, including a pair from your gym.
That’s not to say that the headsets won, or won’t, work with other devices, but that it won’t be able work with devices that aren’t compatible with Transmators earbeads.