Audiophiles often keep looking for high-quality headphones and portable wireless stereo speakers for constantly enjoying their favorite music at home or on-the-go. But what if you get the best of both in one convenient device? Seems like a dream come true, right? Well, Nuvu Soundforms, Manhattan-based manufacturer and distributor of multifunctional consumer electronics has listened to your silent wish and fulfilled it in form of its revolutionary 2-in-1 Bluetooth speaker-headphones hybrid called SoundForms NV100.
This stylish music device in shape of a headphone can easily transform into a portable wireless stereo speaker, eliminating the need of two separate speakers. To convert them, you just need to take them off your head and fold them into a compact wireless boombox speaker. Music literally never stops- all thanks to these stunning transformable speakers with impeccable sound.
The Bluetooth speaker system features foam ear pads for extra comfort, while using headphones. It even features few track controls for volume and selecting your favorite track. Moreover, it allows Bluetooth 4.0 pairing with a long press. This means you can directly listen to your desired sound track from your smartphone, after pairing it with this handy device.
Currently the project is raising funds on Kickstarter for $100,000 with 33 more days to go. You can pre-order its beta edition for $125 and there’s also the option to order two for $200. If the project gets funded successfully, then you can expect the shipping to begin by this November.
It’s indeed a great news for consumers to be able to get your hands on this revolutionary speaker-headphones hybrid in just few months. I hope the quality and looks of this hybrid speaker system are as good as shown in the pictures.
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