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HMDXTM Audio Delivers Great Sound for the Masses at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show

HMDXTMAudio, creators of great sounding, popular priced bedside, home, and portable audio products, will unveil its newest additions to the HMDX family at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2014) from January 7–10, 2014 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. HMDX will feature its products alongside its sister brand, JAMTM Audio, in North Hall Booth #4419.

HMDX offers practical audio solutions that add music to everyone’s life. HMDX will showcase five (5) new products for 2014 ranging from $24.99 - $59.99, including brand new portable audio offerings as well as updates and extensions on some of its hottest selling products from last year. All new HMDX Bluetooth products now feature speakerphone capability as well as portability. The hero of the 2014 collection is the HMDX Bluetooth Craze Ear Buds ($39.99) with Comfort Fit integrated ear hooks and a built-in microphone.

“HMDX continues to manufacture bedside, home, and portable audio products for the masses with an emphasis on great sound quality that doesn’t skimp on other features,” said Delaina Lee, vice president of marketing and communications, HMDX Audio. “Our 2014 products, led by the Craze Ear Buds, deliver on sound, features and price. It’s a winning lineup for our retail partners and consumers.”

The 2014 HMDX Audio lineup includes:

HMDX Craze Bluetooth Ear Buds (MSRP $39.99; Available Spring 2014)

  • Comfort Fit integrated ear hooks – perfect for biking, running, or any other activity.
  • Integrated microphone and rechargeable battery for up to four hours of talk and music.
  • Small, medium, and large ear tips allow for a perfect fit for any user.

HMDX Blast Bluetooth Boom Box (MSRP $59.99; Available Spring 2014)

  • Connects wirelessly with any Bluetooth-enabled device up to 30 feet away.
  • Up to six hours of continuous play with its rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
  • Adjustable handle for easy transport.
  • Integrated speakerphone

HMDX Hangtime Bluetooth Portable Speaker (MSRP $24.99; Available Spring 2014)

  • Connects wirelessly with any Bluetooth-enabled device up to 30 feet away.
  • Up to four hours of continuous play with its rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
  • Built-in carabineer hook for easy transport with backpacks and belt loops.
  • Integrated speakerphone

HMDX Flow Bluetooth Portable Speaker (MSRP $49.99; Available Spring 2014)

  • Splash proof design and carabineer hook are great for taking to the beach, pool, or anywhere you want to listen to your favorite music.
  • Up to six hours of continuous play with its rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
  • Integrated speakerphone

HMDX Neutron Bluetooth Suction Speaker (MSRP $24.99; Available Spring 2014)

  • Connects wirelessly with any Bluetooth-enabled device up to 30 feet away.
  • Splash proof design and suction cup make it perfect for the shower, beach, or pool.
  • Up to four hours of continuous play with its rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
  • Integrated speakerphone

These new products for 2014 join the existing HMDX Audio line, including the popular HMDX Go XL Speaker, HMDX Rave, HMDX Chill, HMDX Sleep Station, and HMDX Sleep Station Plus.

About HMDX Audio

HMDX Audio strives to provide the highest quality sound products with the features that matter most to its customer to provide a genuinely unique experience. HMDX Audio continues its research and development efforts to provide superior consumer electronics products that truly stand out from our competitors. Our philosophy of bringing innovations and technologies in accessible consumer products enables the company to be positioned as the world-class brand you can trust. Learn more at http://www.hmdxaudio.com.

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