New AudioBulb from GiiNii makes playing music wirelessly


GiiNii International introduced AudioBulb, an innovative
music and LED lighting system that lets users play music from iPods, iPhones
and auxiliary input sources throughout their homes and offices without wires.


The patented AudioBulb system integrates an efficient LED
light and a wireless speaker in a single light bulb that is controlled by a
standalone base unit. It’s as easy to set up as screwing in a light bulb. A
pair of bulbs, provided in the standard package, play in stereo.


“AudioBulb lets you play music wirelessly where you
want by using something in every room: light sockets,” said Ryan Giordano,
vice president, GiiNii.
“Typical audio systems – wired or wireless can be hard to use, expensive
to install, complicated to expand to additional rooms and usually require
speakers that seldom match a room’s decor. AudioBulb’s design solves all of
those issues.”


AudioBulb requires no technical set-up, complex wires or
custom installation. The bulbs fit into any standard Edison light or lamp
socket, and users simply connect an audio source via the base unit’s Apple
30-pin dock connector or auxiliary input.


The system accommodates up to eight AudioBulb bulbs which
can be configured into two separate listening zones. Separate zones can be
established for a single room or multiple rooms throughout a home, making it
easy for users to play music at different volume levels and adjust the lighting
in the separate zones, so while some listen to music, others can sleep in
silence.


The LED bulbs only use 5 watts of energy and produce
light suitable to replace up to a 60 watt incandescent bulb. They are rated for
30,000 hours or 10 years with normal usage far more than standard incandescent
or compact fluorescent light bulbs. When music is not desired, the bulbs
function as standard lights with a four-stage dimmer.


Maximum signal range is 50 to 100 feet depending on the
environment. All AudioBulb music and light functions can be controlled through
an included infrared remote.


By Telecomlead.com Team

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