CES 2016: BoomStick Takes Headphone Audio Quality To A Whole New Level

Posted: Jan 4 2016, 8:24am CST | by , in News | CES


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Developed by BoomCloud 360 and to be showcased at CES 2016 taking place in Las Vegas, BoomStick is now the in-thing in quality audio music entertainment from now onward – transforming the way consumers enjoy audio sounds from their headphones.

With BoomStick, the quality and sound produced by headphones or earphones is greatly enhanced, and the small device can be used to transform the audio of movies, games, and music among others. Although it will become available in select stores from spring of 2016, it can be pre-ordered at BoomCloud360.com

“While TV has made huge strides in terms of quality, from black and white to 4k, audio has been going backward. In fact, our research shows that only 4 percent of consumers believe they are achieving great audio experience with their headphones,” said George Appling, co-founder of BoomCloud 360.

“Consumers shouldn’t have to settle for mediocre audio. With the BoomStick, you can make your free earphones outperform expensive headphones or you can take your expensive headphones to a whole new level of enveloping sound,” Appling added.

Considering the fact that many consumers today are listening to live streaming music and other on-demand entertainment, the quality of audio must never be compromised and this is where the BoomStick device comes in – to enhance the overall sound coming out of your earphone or headphone by making them much richer.

“Traditional audio engineering ends with speakers and headphones. What most people don’t realize is that our brain is part of the system,” said Alan Kraemer, CTO of BoomCloud 360. “With the BoomStick, we unlocked the power of the ear/brain system in order to present music and cinema content in an entirely new and much more emotionally impactful way.”

The BoomStick device will be on display at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show, but will only be available for purchase at certain stores in spring this year; but it can be pre-ordered online at $99. It works with any earphone or headphone that has the usual 3.5 mm connection, and BoomStick comes in silver and black colors. 

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/52" rel="author">Charles I. Omedo</a>
Charles is covering the latest discoveries in science and health as well as new developments in technology. He is the Chief Editor or Intel-News.




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