Support a Kickstarter: EarTop FLOW Wireless Headphone Adapter

| August 21, 2012 | 1 Comment

There are plenty of wireless headphones on the market these days, but haven’t you ever wished you could turn your favorite wired pair into a wireless one? EarTop Technologies has a product in the works that may be able to do just that.

Utilizing Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and apt-X wireless technologies (one of the best on the market), EarTop Technologies has developed a prototype of their first product: the FLOW. It is a wireless headphones adapter but as of now, the only available adapters are for Beats by Dre Studio and Bose QuietComfort 15 headphones. EarTop also has plans for a car adapter (for wireless connectivity to your car audio system) and even their own line of headphones!

The FLOW wireless adapter features capacitive (button-less) touch controls and as you can see from the photo above, it disconnects from the dock so you can pair it with other future EarTop docks. Compatibility with various headphones is bound to be EarTop’s biggest obstacle, but only time will tell how they handle it!

Support the project today at Kickstarter. Halfway through their funding period, EarTop has raised $35,000 for the FLOW but still need $215,000 before they can kick off their first production run.

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  1. Tanzer says:

    how to buy that thing?

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