In-car speakerphone maker SuperTooth showcased at the CES 2013 two new Bluetooth audio products, including the DISCO TWIN stereo speaker and the HD-VOICE in-car Bluetooth speakerphone. The company also brings its entire collection of speakers (DISCO TWIN, Disco 2 and Disco), HD-VOICE, Crystal and HD hands-free car kit and Melody headphone at the show.
Debuting at the CES, the DISCO TWIN are a pair of portable speakers with true right/left stereo sound. Each speaker packs double speakers in front and a high efficiency bass reflex system in back and delivers 16 watts RMS audio power for a combined 32 watts of sound. The speaker system uses Bluetooth for wireless music streaming from any Bluetooth-enabled devices. Its integrated rechargeable battery provides 3-4 hours of non-stop max-volume music playback or up to 10 houres of moderate play.
The HD-VOICE, on the other hand, is a Bluetooth hands-free speakerphone. The car kit clips to the sun visor and pairs with Bluetooth-enabled phones for hands-free calling. The main feature of the speakerphone is its ability to speak in 12 languges, capable of verbalizing pairing instructions and announcing callers, connections status and GPS instructions in multiple languages. It packs two microphones and two speakers for high-quality sound in both emission and reception.
The DISCO TWIN stereo speakers and HD-VOICE car kit are priced at $199 and $89, respectively.