At the crossroads of acoustic engineering and mobile lifestyles, products under the innovative category will represent portability, individuality, and freedom Felt Audio, a pioneer in ultra-mobile audio products for active lifestyles, is excited to announce a brand new category in consumer electronics, Nomadic™ Audio. The company will introduce the original concept alongside its newest wearable Bluetooth speakers (http://www.feltaudio.com/collections/pulse), PULSE and Nomad, and retractable Bluetooth earbuds, REWIND, at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show in
At the crossroads of acoustic engineering and mobile, wearable lifestyles, Nomadic™ Audio defines a whole new category of consumer electronics ideal for the modern day nomad. Felt Audio will continue to design and build innovative audio products that reflect the portability, individuality, and freedom Nomadic™ Audio represents.
“The best speaker is the one that’s with you,” said
Felt Audio will also introduce the latest wearable Bluetooth speaker (http://www.feltaudio.com) and earbud products in its Nomadic™ Audio Series at CES 2014, including:
Nomad: Water Resistant Portable Speaker: Advanced beyond its predecessor PULSE and designed for the modern nomad, the Nomad speaker is a pocket -sized powerhouse that weighs in at a fraction of the size of most Bluetooth speakers. Its sleek design and two high-fidelity drivers redefine the standard for wearable audio with astonishing power, warm tones, deep bass and crisp highs. The clip-on feature and water resistant housing lets users take it to the beach, trail, or just about anywhere the party goes – for the next 5 hours. The Nomad can be wirelessly connected up to 30 feet away from any Bluetooth-enabled device, includes an auxiliary audio input jack for the cable-minded, and is equipped with an integrated microphone for phone calls.
PULSE: Nomadic™ Speaker: First introduced at the 2013 International CES, PULSE by Felt Audio is the world’s first ultra-portable Bluetooth speaker. At only 2.3 ounces, the size and clip-on feature of PULSE delivers the ultimate in wearable freedom. Its powerful sound and omnidirectional microphone ensure great music and crystal-clear conference calls from up to 30 feet away. The 8-hour, extended play battery lasts through phone calls, music and more. For added convenience, PULSE attaches to Felt Audio smartphone cases.
REWIND: Retractable Bluetooth Earbuds: Enhanced since its original introduction at the 2013 International CES, REWIND is a revolution in retractable, tangle-free earbuds. Its clip and go design and stylish look make it the ultimate in wearable audio. REWIND is equipped with a microphone for hands-free calling as well as no-hassle earbuds that retract safely into their protective housing in a split se[image]cond. Bluetooth capability lets users roam 30 feet from their device so they don’t have to hold the phone to their ear. For added convenience, REWIND clips almost anywhere.
Felt Audio will be exhibiting at Pepcom’s Digital Experience! on
For more information about the Nomadic™ Audio Series, visit http://www.feltaudio.com.
732.212.0823 About Felt Audio
Founded in 2011 on the philosophy that great audio experiences should fit in the palm of your hand and go everywhere you do, businessman and audiophile
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