• AmpliVox Adds Bluetooth Connectivity to Stream Audio

    POSTED March 3, 2014

AmpliVox Sound Systems, a leading manufacturer of portable sound systems and multimedia work stations, added Bluetooth wireless connectivity as a standard feature to one of its most popular portable devices, SW800 Titan Wireless Portable PA.

The Titan Portable PA packs multiple audio options into a compact, enclosed unit for easty travel, storage and set-up. The Bluetooth connection allows the presenter to easily control volume, stop and start, and other audio options with a range of at least 30 feet from the unit. 

"AmpliVox is constantly looking for ways to make our products more versatile and user-friendly," said Don Roth, AmpliVox CEO. "Wireless streaming makes it easy to add music into any presentation or event setting. Our Bluetooth technology provides perfect sound quality for streaming to these outstanding portable systems."

The new system enables users to stream audio such as music, podcasts or online books directly from any Bluetooth enabled smartphone, tablet, computer or other device. The technology will also be available for two other devices, the AmpliVox SW915 Digital Audio Travel Partner and SW720 Wireless Portable PA System. 

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