Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Mars speakers levitate without magic


I’ve always wanted my own personal flying saucer. Maybe Mars is the answer.

Mars is a wireless speaker whose most remarkable feature is a floating disc. The developers at Crazybaby call it a levitation speaker system with subwoofer. Why levitate? “Placing wireless speakers directly on a plane surface led to a loss of audio quality,” they say. By letting wireless speakers levitate, the result is “a new level of listening experience.”

Mars has a 1.75 inch full-range speaker and a passive radiator inside the floating disc and a 4.5-inchsubwoofer and 10,000mAH powerbank inside its base that delivers the same charging power as this KMASHI Powerbank 

The Mars speakers support Bluetooth 4.0 and can handle signals from two transmitting devices. In other words, you and a friend can trade off playing your favorite tracks.  Other features include wireless charging and automatic volume control that adjusts according to your distance from the speaker.

Crazybaby will be launching a crowdfunding campaign soon. For more details on Mars, stay earthbound and click to the Crazybaby website or Facebook page


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  1. Wireless speakers employ roughly the same technology deployed in cordless phones. The entire system consists of a tuner or receiver and then a set of speakers. These can be a set of six or fou speakers which include a subwoofer and side-speakers. what is a sound system



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