Griffin Expands WoodTones Audio Line at CES 2013, Debuting New Styles, Colors & Functionality
Griffin Technology showcases its WoodTones line up of real wood audio accessories at CES 2013. The Griffin WoodTones line also includes over the ear headphones and AUX cables both equipped with control microphones with a 3 foot long AUX cable. The housing for the audio lineup is wood fashioned from Beech, Sapele, and Walnut tree. The unique color and markings comes from the smooth satin finish that’s done by hand turned polishing. The quality of the wooden enclosures improves the sound volume so that users are able to enjoy the same caliber of sound at lower levels.
Griffins WoodTones Headphones with control Microphones will be available February 2013 for $99.99. The headphones will feature plush ear pads that will ensure comfort and extended periods of wear without fatigue. The built in microphones allows users to interact with Siri, take calls and control audio playback. The headphones also feature a detachable 4 foot cable and fold flat ear cups for better storage.
Griffins Earbuds with control microphone are available at griffintechnology.com/woodtones for $29.99 and will feature soft silicone ear cushions which will be available in three sizes, a 3.5mm gold plated connector, and four feet of black TPE coated cable. The earbuds are packaged inside a drawstring natural hemp fiber pouch.
Griffins WoodTones AUX Cable will be available in February 2013 for $14.99 and will feature gold plated 3.5mm connectors with three feet of black TPE coated cable. The WoodTones AUX cable can be used with any iPod, iPhone, iPad or any other media players. The AUX cable is packaged inside a drawstring natural hemp fiber pouch.
50 mm moving coil neodymium magnet drivers for powerful sound Impedance: 32 ohms ± 15% Sensitivity: 108 dB ± 3 dB Frequency response: 20 to 20,000 Hz Real leather headband cushion for premium comfort In-line control mic works with Siri and many other voice control systems Detachable 4 foot cable with 1/8″ (3.5 mm) plug
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