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SOURCE Libratone Inc.
Luxury speaker designer previews brand new features in the Altman Building at Table #154
FRAMINGHAM, Mass., June 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Libratone Inc. will showcase its line of award winning wireless speaker systems at CE Week 2014, taking place in New York City from June 25-26. The upscale brand invites attendees to hands on demonstrations of Libratone speakers outfitted with all new updates that include:
- Built-in Spotify Connect for seamless music streaming: Enjoy wireless play back from a limitless music library without encountering any interruptions from an unstable connection, incoming calls or loss of signal range. Spotify Connect does not drain the battery life of the speaker and will be available in every new Libratone Loop and Zipp and through firmware updates for current owners.
- HTC-Enabled "three finger swipe" technology: A whole new level of convenience. All an HTC owner needs to share content with their favorite Libratone speaker is a simple three-finger swipe up the screen of the phone. Music lovers will enjoy their audio within seconds all without losing the slightest bit of quality.
- Updated iOS and Android Apps make users listening experience even more intuitive and personal. Inputting the placement of the speaker into the app will adjust the sound to fit the size of whatever room it is in. Additional features include: assessment of WiFi signal strength, improved set up wizard, new voicing functionality and the ability to update current speakers with new technologies.
"Our goal is to liberate music from the limitations of conventional listening," said Libratone Inc. CEO Greg Stein. "By incorporating HTC and Spotify Connect we are offering our customers millions of songs at their fingertips with complete ease of use. Our updated apps will deliver pitch perfect audio in fully customizable FullRoom™ sound."
Users can connect to Libratone's speakers through the company's patented PlayDirect™ technology. PlayDirect™ turns each speaker into its own hotspot, eliminating the need to be close to a WiFi network.
Every speaker comes dressed in Libratone's interchangeable Italian wool covers, available in a variety of vibrant color hues. Speakers support AirPlay, DLNA and HTC Connect Technology for FullRoom™ 360 degree sound. The lineup on display at CE Week will include the Loop, Zipp, Live, and Lounge.
Libratone is a global wireless speaker company that marries beautiful design with exceptional sound in its lineup of easy-to-use, beautifully crafted products. With a mission to free consumers from the traditionally clunky black boxes and compromised audio quality that dominates the speaker market today, Libratone offers a range of products including in-home sound bars, smaller units for multi-room use, and a fully portable battery-powered version, all draped in Italian wool covers, vibrant colors and shapes that integrate with modern home décor. Headquartered globally in Copenhagen, Denmark, and with U.S. headquarters outside Boston, Libratone has been dedicated to delivering freedom and purity of sound through its speakers since 2009. To find out more, visit www.libratone.com, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
Spotify is an award-winning digital music service that gives you on-demand access to over 20 million tracks. Our dream is to make the entire world's music available instantly to everyone, wherever and whenever they want it. Spotify makes it easier than ever to discover, manage and share music with your friends, while making sure that artists get a fair deal.
About HTC Connect
HTC Connect is designed to act as a universal wireless connector for any environment, such as in cars, at homes, and even on-the-go, by improving connectivity between HTC phones and third party devices participating in the HTC Connect program. With a simple and intuitive three-fingered swipe on an HTC device, users can send their high-quality Audio/Video to a growing number of Audio/Video consumer electronics. HTC Connect currently supports Bluetooth, DLNA and Miracast enabled devices. For more information on HTC Connect please visit: www.htc-connect.com.
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