GN Netcom has announced the Jabra Halo, a wireless Bluetooth stereo headset with the claim that it's the world's first with dual microphones.

The Halo will let users enjoy wireless music and answer phone calls in "crystal clear stereo sound".

Featuring A2DP technology, the Jabra Halo will connect to any Bluetooth music-playing device (as well as devices with a 3.5mm jack) and fades out music for incoming calls.

With a foldable, over-the-head design, there's touch volume control, a "discreet" display and the headset can connect to two Bluetooth devices, auto-pairing to mobiles.

Jabra tech includes "Zirene Power Bass" for audio enhancement and "Noise Blackout" to filter background noise and remove ambient sounds.

Charged by micro USB and claiming 8 hours for music and talk and 13 days standby, the 3-ounce Halo will be available in May in the States for $129.99.