Wireless-Audio

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The concept of earbuds not joined to each other in any way first came to many people’s attention via Bragi Dash or Earin. The idea is catching on, though, with more headsets – including known brands – getting in on the action. Is this the future of wireless earbuds? Newcomer Erato, with its Apollo 7 set, seems to think so, and – like Bragi and Earin – it’s hoping you’ll be excited enough to fund it on Kickstarter.

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Bluetooth Speaker Backpack

The Trakk Shell is Waterproof rated IPX5 able to withstand water jets from all directions. Rain away! The Shell comes equipped with EVA manufactured materials allows for complete shockproof protection. Its rugged design allows for complete durability. First times a charm! Relaxes your shoulders and eases your muscles! Also comes with 360 Degree Breathable Comfort! The Trakk Shell is Waterproof rated IPX5 able to withstand water jets from all directions. Rain away! The Shell comes equipped with EVA manufactured materials allows for complete shockproof protection. Its rugged design allows for complete durability. First times a charm! Relaxes your shoulders and eases your muscles! Also comes with 360 Degree Breathable Comfort!

UE MEGABOOM Wireless Mobile Bluetooth Speaker (Waterproof and Shockproof)

UE MEGABOOM is a portable wireless speaker on steroids. Blast freakishly amazing 360-degree sound with deep, heart-pounding bass–everywhere you go. It has a waterproof grab n’ go shape that is shockingly light– just 1.93 pounds. Take advantage of its long battery life and extended wireless range to start a rager wherever, whenever you need.

PartyUp from Ultimate Ears lets you connect wirelessly to more than 50 UE speakers using the UE app, so you can take your parties where no other sound system can go. Caves. Mountains. Lakes. Rooftops. You name it. So grab your friend’s speakers and your friend’s friend’s speakers and head to any location you can dream up to take the party to a whole new level.

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Seattle-based Human Inc. is on its way to improve wireless connectivity as we know it. The stealthy startup behind the Sound program just raised US$5 million in investment capital earlier the year and is now starting to reveal some features that will underpin its ambitious flagship product.
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