Freedom Driver Technology Announces Digital Vibrating Sound Devices Which Turn Flat Dense Surfaces Into Giant Speaker Systems.
The FREEDOM DRIVER Mini CAN B15, Mini BOX B20, and Bluetooth Stereo FREE-D B25 give iPod, MP3 players and Laptop users the unique freedom of producing a quality sound system from their tables, walls and windows.
Fayetteville, Georgia — October 1st, 2007 — Freedom Driver today announced its new technology to support the exponential growth of the portable speaker market for Digital Music Players, Mobile Phone and Laptop computers with the Mini Can B15, Mini Box B20 and Bluetooth Stereo Free-D B25. These devices give users the freedom and flexibility to produce quality sound from virtually any flat dense surface in the home, dorm room, office or commercial business.
“We have a very unique proposition for any user of digital music players who require a way to deliver audio to more than just their own ears by producing a quality sound system out of any flat surface such as glass, wood, marble, even dry wall,” said Eric Marcus, Product Manager of Freedom Driver Technology. “These compact devices are elegant in design and unassuming so they can easily blend into the home, dorm room, or business environments. The FREE-D B25 is wireless, allowing you to send songs from your Bluetooth stereo mobile phone or MP3 player up to 30ft away. We are the Cool Alternative to conventional portable speakers.”
FREEDOM DRIVER technology is based on the principal of Sound Wave Transference. Through its proprietary vibrating core, the FREEDOM DRIVER acts as a Sonic Transducer by changing electrical energy into mechanical energy. It amplifies and drives sound waves into-through-and-out the surface of virtually any flat-dense material, thereby turning the material into a high quality sound system which emanates 360 degrees sound dispersion.
Easy Adjust Controls
Each FREEDOM DRIVER is equipped with two convenient ways to fine tune your listening pleasure. A fully functional remote control and equalizer lets you power On/Off, modulate Treble & Bass, and control Volume. Control buttons designed into the housing on the FREEDOM DRIVER let you adjust at the source.
Big Sound, Compact Portable Size
Despite their compact size, the largest FREEDOM DRIVER weighing only 1.1 pounds and 3.2 inches by 3.75 inches by 2.5 inches, is lighter and more compact than most other conventional portable speakers while still delivering dynamic, full-range sound quality with 360 degrees sound dispersion. The FREEDOM DRIVER anywhere Speaker Systems provide clear highs and power lows; their small size makes it easy to carry from place to place.
Style and Features
Elegant in design FREEDOM DRIVERS can easily be placed in any room in the home, office, school dorm, or business. Colors are designed to compliment the APPLE iPod White or Mirror Black digital music players. So unassuming, listeners will be hard pressed to pin point where the music is coming from. The Mini Can B15 has a mounting system for walls and windows and emanates the same quality sound from either side of the wall or window. The Bluetooth FREE-D B25 is wireless with up to 4.5 hours re-chargeable battery.
Contents, Pricing and Availability
Included in the packaging are user manual, power adapter, remote control, and USB data cables.
MSRP for Mini Can B15 and Mini Box B20 are $129.00 and $169.00 respectively. MSRP for BT Stereo FREE-D B25 is $259.00. Products will be available the end of October or early November 2007 at www.FreedomDriver.net and at select On-Line consumer electronic stores.
FREEDOM DRIVER Technology and its partner companies lead the way in concept, design, development and commercialization of Giant Magnetostrictive Materials (GMM) also known as SMART Materials to create beneficial and functional devices. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, our North American Headquarters office was established in 2007 to provide application engineering support, marketing, sales, service/support and supply logistics.
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FREEDOM DRIVER, the FREEDOM DRIVER logo, and other FREEDOM DRIVER Technology marks are registered in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. For more information about FREEDOM DRIVER TECHNOLOGY and its products, visit the company’s Web site at www.FreedomDriver.net.