The next breakthrough in headphones is almost here, smart headphones that eliminate the hassle of a separate music player by utilizing built-in WiFi and Bluetooth Android Music Player. STREAMZ headphones, with up to 36GBs of built-in storage and a microphone that supports voice command are launching a their kickstarter campaign today.
“You no longer need to bother with a separate player since it’s all built inside. Many people don’t want the hassle of carrying, connecting, and draining the battery of their phone or music player.” said STREAMZ CEO Douglas Kihm
Most phones and mobile music players have sub-par Digital Analog Converters and amplifiers so listeners are often forced to compromise sound quality for convenience. For the first time ever; music lovers can enjoy pure, uncompressed high fidelity audio from absolutely anywhere with a headset that features a built-in music player, storage, amp, Bluetooth, WiFi, and full 48kHZ/16 bit Digital Analog Converter. STREAMZ is the first headphone able to store and autonomously play 44 kHz/16 bit CD quality music in formats including FLAC, ALAC, WAV and music from the soon to be released PONO music store.
Pre-orders for STREAMZ begin at $299 ($200 below expected MSRP) for the 4 GB Model. A 20 GB model is available for $349 and the ultimate 36GB plus accessories combo is available for $549 ($300 below expected MSRP). You can visit Kickstarter to pre-order your pair of STREAMZ today.
• Android 1.6Ghz Dual Core Processor
• Up to 36 GB of Storage
• 48 kHz/16 bit Digital Analog Converter
• WiFi and Bluetooth Connectivity
• Frequency Range • 20 HZ to 20 kHz
• Dynamic Range • 115 dB
• Amplifier with Volume and EQ Control
• Integrated Microphone
• Built-in Lithium Poly Rechargeable Battery