Then you can roll it up in a ball.
CordCruncher also announced it has partnered with iHome to combine the new iB10 headphones ($19.99) with CordCruncher technology.
Scosche’s new RH1060 Reference Grade Bluetooth Headphones will feature the company’s proprietary design, which utilizes 40mm drivers made from rare-earth neodymium magnets and precision-wound copper voice coiling to create an incredibly accurate musical reproduction.
The Bluetooth technology will get you a wireless range of up to 33 feet and the headphones have controls to change tracks, adjust volume and play/pause on the right speaker.
There’s also a built-in mic for voice control or hands-free calling. A built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery provides up to nine hours of continuous audio streaming.
Details: www.scosche.com; $199.99, available in the spring
Speaking of sound
In response to the demand for wireless Bluetooth devices, Coby Electronics has announced a few contemporary looking speaker systems.
The Coby CSMP92 is a 39-inch slim, wall-mountable sound bar with Bluetooth technology as well as ports for a wired connection. It’s designed as space-saving unit or as a tabletop speaker with preset sound modes including standard, music, cinema, news and vocal.
LES indicators, aux line-in, along with optical audio input and RCA input are built into the speaker.
Also hitting the shelves later this year is the Coby CSBT85 ezPair full-sized speaker system with Bluetooth. It has a built-in sub-woofer and is designed to dock and charge most smartphones and tablets. The sound is great and it looks great.
It’s built with what Coby calls a universal docking slot for any device and a 3.5mm port lets you connect other devices for playing.
Details: www.cobyusa.com; $99.99 for the sound bar, $79.99 for the ezPair