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iHome Utilizes Latest in Bluetooth Technology to Deliver Wireless Audio System for iPad Owners

Wed, 10/20/2010 - 6:59am
RAHWAY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Transforming nightstands into a multimedia hub, iHome, a leading supplier and pioneer of innovative iPhone/iPod speaker solutions, announced the availability of the iA100 Bluetooth Stereo System for iPad, iPhone and iPod w/App Enhancement.

The iA100 is the first product from iHome designed to support the iPad and take advantage of its unique capabilities. By incorporating Bluetooth for wireless communication, Bongiovi Acoustics’ DPS technology for enhanced sound, and app-enhanced functionality for use with iHome+Sleep and iHome+Radio, the iA100 provides users with superior audio quality and more features than any other docking alarm clock on the market.

“The features and functionality of the iA100 really raise the standard on what docking stations can do,” said Evan Stein, vice president of marketing, iHome. “The ability to connect wirelessly and communicate with our iHome+Sleep and iHome+Radio apps opens the door to new ways for consumers to maximize the use and fun of their favorite portable electronic devices.”

The iA100 is an app-enhanced, Bluetooth-enabled, FM radio alarm clock for iPad, iPhone and docking iPod models. By connecting your preferred device via Bluetooth secure simple pairing, the iA100 transforms into a wireless entertainment multi-tasker with a variety of great features, including a stand-alone speakerphone with echo cancellation, turning all Bluetooth enabled phones into a robust speakerphone for the home or office; streaming audio of your favorite music and movies, and customized connections with iHome’s free iHome+Sleep and iHome+Radio apps. All of which is delivered with exceptional audio fidelity through Bongiovi DPS real-time signal processing and four active speakers in Reson8® chambers.

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