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A-Audio Prodigy Bluetooth speaker able to transform into two speakers

A-Audio launched its Prodity Bluetooth speaker during CES, a unique product able to turn into two separate speakers

Michael Hatamoto | Jan 6, 2015 at 11:42 am CST (0 mins, 51 secs reading time)

CES 2015 - Audio company A-Audio has unveiled its Prodigy Bluetooth Speaker, a unique wireless product that is able to transform into two different speakers. Prodigy has magnetic locators in the center of the unit, so they can be pulled apart - and located anywhere within Bluetooth range.

A-Audio Prodigy Bluetooth speaker able to transform into two speakers | TweakTown.com

Using the Three-Stage Listening Technology, music listeners can choose between Audio, Base Enhancer and SurroundEffect modes. Prodity supports Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC, includes a micro-USB charging port for mobile devices, and has up to 12 hours of battery life. The A-Audio Prodigy will be available in April or May this year, with a $199 MSRP.

"With A-Audio's focus on delivering premium construction and innovative sound technology, it was only fitting to incorporate a transforming element and our award-winning Three-Stage Listening Technology into a premium portable Bluetooth Speaker," said Christian Iacovelli, president of A-Audio, in a statement. "The Prodigy Bluetooth Speaker marks the growth of A-Audio, expanding our line and offering our customers only the best quality audio products that combine both style and sound."

Last updated: Jan 11, 2015 at 12:00 am CST

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