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Scosche Industries Wins Innovations Award With Bluetooth Headphones


Oxnard, Calif., (December 11, 2006) — Scosche Industries, a leader of mobile electronics aftermarket accessories, is pleased to announce its new BlueLife wireless headphones (#IBHPK) is a winner of the prestigious 2007 CES Innovations Award. Offering a complete line of BlueLife products for both car and home, Scosche is pleased to present these new Bluetooth Headphones made specifically for iPods with bottom dock connectors enabling wireless listening mobility with CD quality sound.

According to Kas Alves, vice president sales and marketing, Scosche Industries, “Scosche is synonymous with innovative car audio accessories and we are happy to expand our product capabilities with our BlueLife Bluetooth wireless technology. Customers can now enjoy their music without wired limitations. Adding hands-free cell phone function adds increased value to our headphones and our bottom dock transmitter allows users to easily connect their iPods. Users can now listen to their music, answer their cell phones and talk completely hands-free. We know our BlueLife headphones will be a popular product.”

Scosche’s BlueLife Bluetooth headphones with bottom dock transmitter (#IBHPK) are static free and receives pure digital CD quality sound from your iPod up to 30 feet away and features nine-hours of rechargeable battery life.

The complete BlueLife headphone kit includes wireless headphones, bottom dock iPod transmitter, built-in hands free microphone and charging cables.

Scosche’s BlueLife headphones will also pair with any Bluetooth enabled cell phone. When a Bluetooth enabled cell-phone rings the system will mute the music and answer the call. The hands-free microphone allows users to take a call without even touching their cell phone, then goes right back to the music after the user hangs up.

As with all of Scosche’s Bluetooth wireless technology, the IBHPK features a wireless range of 30 feet, and provides digital CD quality sound. It is Bluetooth 1.2 compliant for continuous streaming audio.

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With Scosche’s new BlueLife headphones, users can take their music and answer calls on the mountain, at the gym, or on the street and be free from wires.

Scosche’s BlueLife Bluetooth wireless technology is available at specialty retailers across the country. The suggested retail price of the IBHPK is $179.00.

Stop by and visit Scosche Industries during CES and take a look at its award winning products and innovations at booth #2409 in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Also visit for a complete line of innovative products.

About BlueLife
BlueLife is Scosche Industries’ innovative line of original Bluetooth wireless interfaces and accessories for iPod and Mp3 players. The award-winning interfaces and accessories allow streaming digital audio to the home, car or sport with up to 30 feet of range. For more information visit our website at

About Scosche Industries
Scosche Industries, founded in 1980 by Roger and Scotia Alves, is a leading manufacturer of high quality car stereo installation accessories and products. The publisher of the Auto Sound Encyclopedia, Scosche Industries manufactures and markets four distinct lines of product. These brands include Scosche, EFX, Accumat and SoundKase. With a dealer network of over 2,000, numerous O.E.M. products, and 52 patents, Scosche Industries is a proven leader in the automotive aftermarket business. For more information visit our website at www.

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