FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. (December 6, 2017)  Phiaton Corporation, a premium manufacturer of high-performance personal audio products, is honored to announce that its recently released BT 150 NC earphones featuring touch interface and active noise cancellation received a 2018 Dealerscope IMPACT! Award. This is the brand’s second IMPACT! Award, with its BT 460 wireless headphones receiving the “Best Audio Headphones” award earlier this year.

Dealerscope’s annual IMPACT! Awards program is designed to recognize products in the consumer electronics industry that are innovative, help drive sales on the show floor, and drive consumers into stores. Dealerscope asked manufacturers, distributors, retailers and consumers to have a say in voting for the products that they believed deserved to be recognized.

The lightweight neckband earphones offer an interactive surface on the sides of the neckband for convenient call and music control with the tap or swipe of a finger to manage tracks. For resting on a plane or reading an article on the train, BT 150 NC cancels ambient noise by up to 95%, while its Memory Flex neckband provides a comfortable fit with a sleek, no-slip design.

BT 150 NC provides six hours of music playing and call time with the noise cancelling feature on and 10 hours of battery life with the feature turned off. The earphones also feature a Power Saving Sensor that automatically powers off the active noise cancelling when the earbuds are retracted to help prolong battery life. Everplay-X keeps the music going even if the battery runs out or the audio device is not Bluetooth compatible. With an IPX4 sweat and water-resistant rating, the earphones’ versatile design makes it ideal for the gym and on-the-go listening. Other features include powerful 12mm dynamic drivers, vibration notifications, Multipoint Connection and Clear Voice Capture (CVC) technology.

Phiaton’s BT 150 NC earphones are available now in black and silver for $149 on Amazon.