- Posted by Fabianne Rico
- On January 6, 2017
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One of our developers was walking around the showroom floor at the Consumer Electronics Show, discovering the latest innovations. This gadget stood out to him because as you see, it resembles one of those old school gramophone setups that were popular during the heyday of vinyl records (and popular today with today’s hipsters).
What’s this old thing doing here? I thought this was supposed to be a showcase of the highest technology.
Upon a closer look, it turned out that this was the latest version of the Trumstand, the Trumstand-S. What makes these new speakers stand out from their older counterparts is the fact that you don’t need to dust off that old Earth, Wind, and Fire vinyl record (although their sounds are timeless) to play music. You can sync the speaker to your smartphone through Bluetooth and jam out to the song of your choosing like the new Tory Lanez mixtape.
Why does it look so bulky though? And why does the bottom look like a cake?
Well, that bulky bottom is basically a huge subwoofer with heavy hitting bass that your grandparents’ setup can’t match. And in the mouth of the horn are two tweeters to bring out the best sounds. Now you know how much power Bluetooth connected speakers can really bring. This is sure to be the life of your next party. It will be going on retail for $2,000.
Even objects like these need interfaces and usability, too. Trying to put together a better speaker that will put these guys out of business? We can help. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiries.