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Three Silicon Valley 18 Year Olds Revolutionize Music by Launching a Product on Kickstarter that Makes any Speaker Wireless

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“Our mission with the Link is to bring you the luxury of wireless Bluetooth? audio without the burden of its price.”

The Company

Three young entrepreneurs launch Vibe Audio Innovations – a company whose mission is to revolutionize the way we enjoy music. For the past 10 months, they have been developing a product that would do just this. Bringing on an esteemed product designer who assisted in the development of Beats by Dre headphones and RED Cameras, their product’s functionality not only embodies their mission, but its sleek design also conveys refined aesthetics. Their product is called the Link.

The Product

The Link is a small, portable and rechargeable device that converts any wired speaker into a wireless Bluetooth? speaker system. Simply plug your audio system’s auxiliary cable into the Link, connect your device to the Link wirelessly via Bluetooth, and voil…No more wires.

Demo

“Our mission with the Link is to bring you the luxury of wireless Bluetooth? audio without the burden of its price.”

Specs

• MSRP: $49.95

• On sale for $30 on Kickstarter

• 25 Hour Battery Life

• 50 foot wireless range

Media Contact
Company Name: Vibe Audio Innovations
Contact Person: Benjamin Taft
Email: Send Email
Phone: (650) 996 – 5258
Country: United States
Website: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/thelink/the-link-a-device-that-makes-any-speaker-wireless

Source: www.abnewswire.com

ReleaseID: 12501

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