Plantronics has launched five products across the BackBeat Fit and BackBeat Go lines.
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Sony have shown off a suite of new speakers, earbuds and headphones at this year's IFA Conference in Berlin.
JBL has introduced the Reflect line of sport and lifestyle headphones, with the Reflect Mini BT 2 and the Reflect Contour BT 2.
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