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STREAMZ Smart Streaming Headphones

STREAMZ Smart Streaming Headphones

STREAMZ, a Mozaex spin-off company, announced the world’s first smart streaming headphones called STREAMZ, which allow you to play music and audio from multiple sources, including onboard stored music, streaming online radio, streamed phone music, plus audio from your TV, movie, and game player.

STREAMZ are based on patent-pending Smart Headphone technology that uniquely delivers higher fidelity music and audio than traditional headphones. STREAMZ are the first headphones to incorporate a music player, a 48 kHz/16 bit CD quality Digital Analog Converter (DAC) plus individual 3 Watt vibration drivers and 160 mWatt dynamic amplifiers.

With its built-in DAC and AMP, STREAMZ delivers CD quality sound with optimum dynamic range, equalization, and amplification which results in incomparable clarity and fidelity. The two vibration speakers uniquely deliver high power and low frequency range audio that you can literally feel.

Since most phones and mobile music players have sub-par quality DACs and amps, they are unable to play true FLAC, ALAC, and WAV CD quality music without adding cumbersome external components. To address this problem, the company built the finest quality audio components inside the headphones.

STREAMZ makes listening to any source of music and audio fast and easy. STREAMZ incorporates both Smart Wi-Fi and Bluetooth interfaces that auto detect and connect to your Wi-Fi internet hotspot, a Bluetooth device such as a Smartphone, or with an optional module your Bluetooth enabled A/V receiver.

Traditional headphones require an uncomfortable amount of pressure on your head and ears to achieve optimum sound quality. STREAMZ’s vibration speakers achieve the same or better sound quality than traditional headphones with little or no head pressure being applied, which results in exceptional comfort.

The four speakers are arranged as bi-amped, two-way speakers with two vibration speakers, and two 50mm dynamic speakers. STREAMZ has soft over the ear leather cushions with collapsible frames and are designed for active, mobile use. With its built in Android processor, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and storage, STREAMZ simplifies and enhances the entertainment experience when enjoying streaming or stored music, movies, games and TV shows.

Price and Availability
STREAMZ Headphones will sell for $549 and are expected to ship March 2014.

Specifications

  • Android 1.6 Ghz dual core processor
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • 4GB upgradeable to 36GB with a micro SD RAM card
  • Two vibration and two dynamic speakers
  • 48kHz/16 bit DAC
  • 2-channel 3 Watt amplifier and 2-channel 160 mWatt amplifier
  • Microphone input jack, rechargeable battery, and adapter
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