Gallic Bluetooth audio house SuperTooth wants you to buy its Disco speakers in pairs to better show off its stereo prowess, not to mention make a little more cash. That's why it's outing the Disco Twin here at CES, a $199 pair of noisyboxes that offer discrete left and right stereo -- each pumping out 16 watts of RMS power. You'll be able to squeeze up to four hours of juice out of each one if you use them to host a (short) rave, or up to 10 hours in more serene circumstances. At the same time, it's also releasing the HD Voice, an $89 hands-free car kit that clips to your sun visor and will even pair with your phone using voice commands. The company isn't ready to say when the pair will be available, but we can't imagine it'll be a long wait.
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SuperTooth Showcases New Bluetooth Gear at CES 2013 – DISCO TWIN and HD-VOICE
Entire SuperTooth collection of audio & car kit accessories on display at CES 2013 in South Hall 3, Booth # 30769 (January 8th-11th) and at ShowStoppers Table # B19 (January 8th) at the Wynn Hotel
Las Vegas – January 4, 2013 – SuperTooth, Bluetooth expert and world's leading in-car speakerphone brand, will showcase its industry-leading line of Bluetooth accessories – speakers, hands-free car kits and recently launched headphone line – at South Hall 3, Booth # 30769 at CES. Set to debut are the DISCO TWIN – stereo speakers sold in pairs and HD-VOICE – an in-car speakerphone able to speak in 12 languages.
"SuperTooth's acute understanding of the Bluetooth space positions us to roll out the best technology at the most affordable price," said Yves Le Reun, Vice President of Sales & Marketing. "Our products are designed to provide the best quality, most power and overall greatest value within their respective price points. This is why SuperTooth has built such a loyal following over the years, growing to 45% market share worldwide in the Bluetooth speakerphone space."
The DISCO TWIN will debut at CES, priced at $199 for a set of two. The DISCO TWIN are a pair of portable, rechargeable speakers featuring true right / left stereo, each unit equipped with 16 watts RMS audio power, double speakers in front and a high efficiency bass reflex system in back, pairing together for a combined 32 watts of pure sound. Music can be streamed wirelessly from any Bluetooth-enabled device to the DISCO TWIN; users simply pair their Bluetooth device to both speakers, and Bluetooth stereo technology will channel audio to each. The integrated rechargeable batteries ensure 3-4 hours of non-stop, maximum-volume music or up to 10 hours of moderately played tunes. Watch the DISCO TWIN video here.
HD-VOICE, also debuting at CES priced at $89, is a Bluetooth hands-free car kit with instant installation – just clip it to the sun visor in the car, pair it with any Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone and begin making hands-free calls in any type of vehicle. The novelty of the HD-VOICE is its ability to verbalize pairing instructions and announce callers in 12 languages, as well as its robust audio power – two speakers and two microphones for outstanding sound quality, both in emission and reception. For incoming calls, the HD-VOICE announces the name of the caller and users say 'OK' to pick up the call. The HD-VOICE also speaks aloud the battery level, connection status and GPS instructions in 12 languages.
Also on display at the booth will be the entire SuperTooth collection of speakers (DISCO TWIN, Disco2 and Disco), hands-free car kits (HD-VOICE, Crystal and HD), and recently introduced Melody headphone.