|By PR Newswire||
|August 20, 2014 01:15 PM EDT||
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y., Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Samson Technologies has announced its latest portable Bluetooth sound system, the Expedition Escape.
"Everyone has seen the countless portable wireless speakers on the market, however we noticed the absence of a system that could produce the powerful volume and distinguished clarity needed to properly project the music we're all so passionate about to a large amount of people," says Samson President Jack Knight. Enter the Expedition Escape...
With its premium 2-way speaker design, the Escape has enough volume to entertain large parties, as well as outdoor events like BBQs, tailgates and group exercise sessions. Featuring a 6" subwoofer for deep pounding bass and a 1" high frequency driver to transmit finer sonic details, the Escape's 20-hour rechargeable battery and Bluetooth compatibility offer a completely wireless entertainment solution in a rugged portable design the weighs only 8.5 pounds. The Escape even contains a 1/4 mic input with a separate volume control for delivering presentations, lectures or, for those brave enough, sing-alongs to your own streaming music. A USB port for charging your smartphone and/or tablet is also included.
With its convenient integrated carry handle, the Expedition Escape brings serious sound to activities like camping, boating and days at the park/beach/pool, not to mention to those wishing to just sit back and immerse themselves in pristine high integrity audio. And all for the unbelievable price of $99.99.
Samson Technologies began in 1980 as a pioneer in wireless microphone technology. Today, Samson is an industry leader in professional audio solutions whose products are known for their fidelity and reliability. Samson products are preferred by recording artists, performers, educators and audio professionals throughout the world.
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