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Add Music to Your Golf Game With a NYNE Bluetooth Speaker

Versatile Speakers With Carrying Cases Can Be Used in Carts or Hooked on Bags for Music Enjoyment on and off the Course

OXNARD, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/18/14 -- NYNE, an innovator of lifestyle inspired audio products, offers golfers two versatile Bluetooth speakers for playing music on and off the course. The NYNE Cruiser and TT portable Bluetooth speakers let golfers enjoy their favorite music whether they're driving the course or walking with or without a push cart. With Bluetooth 4.0 and near field communication (NFC), golfers can quickly and easily connect their smartphone, tuck it away in a pocket or bag, and wirelessly stream music up to 33 feet away.

"While practicing or playing, music is becoming more popular on the golf course to help players stay loose and enjoy the round," said Arman Arami, president of NYNE. "The Cruiser and TT are versatile speakers with sleek designs that players can place in a golf cart, hook on a bag, or clip on a push cart. With up to 10 hours of battery life, the speakers will last through all your hole-in-one victory dances. Both speakers can also act as a back-up smartphone battery with built-in powerbanks."

NYNE Cruiser
The NYNE Cruiser Bluetooth speaker has a small, almond-shape design that is perfect for those who walk or drive the course. Its soft carrying case with carabineer clip makes it easy to attach to a golf bag for transport while walking, or it can be positioned inside a golf cart's cubby hole, on the front dashboard, or in a rear basket. The Cruiser also comes with mounting clips that can be used on a push cart or golf cart, depending on the configuration. It features 10 watts of sound and is available in four color combinations.

NYNE TT
The NYNE TT Bluetooth speaker has a long and thin design that is perfect for players using a golf cart. It can be placed in a rear basket or hooked over a side railing using its carrying case with shoulder strap. Off the course, the TT is designed for music enjoyment everywhere you go -- from home to a friend's house to the pool on a family vacation. The TT features 16 watts of powerful sound and is available in black/red or white/grey.

Pricing & Availability
The NYNE Cruiser ($79.95) and TT ($129.95) are available now online and at regional retailers, including BrandsMart, Dearden's, Fry's Electronics, Huppin's, Nebraska Furniture Mart, and World Wide Stereo.

For more information on the NYNE product line, visit www.nyne.com.

About NYNE
NYNE, a lifestyle inspired audio brand, is part of California-based BOSS International Group (BIG), a leader in mobile audio products for more than 25 years. NYNE designs and manufactures its audio products to enhance the enjoyment of music by today's connected consumer, wherever life takes them. A collaboration of a group of Silicon Valley veterans, acoustical engineers and audio experts with a passion for technology, NYNE is dedicated to producing high-end, quality products with superb acoustics and unparalleled technology integration.

For more information about NYNE's innovative product line, please visit www.nyne.com. Connect with NYNE socially on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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