“Decorate with Sound”: Soundfreaq Launches Speaker Line

Nope, that wasn’t a typo. Soundfreaq, the creator of wireless speakers that are slowly getting recognition around the world, is introducing a new line locally. Sporting a simplified and sometimes vintage look, the Sound Rise, Pocket Kick, Sound Spot, and the Double Spot look more like lifestyle products than devices out of a tech mag, which is exactly what Soundfreaq is going for: a “straight-forward approach” in creating “great sound, great design, and great value”.

The Sound Rise (Php4,450) is Soundfreaq’s modern take on the traditional alarm clock with a design that’s compact and unobtrusive. It enables you to pick the music you want to wake up to on your phone and sync it via Bluetooth. It also comes with a USB port for phone charging and a line-in 3mm input.

"Decorate with Sound": Soundfreaq Launches Speaker Line

Sound Rise

If you want to keep the soundtrack of your life playing as you leave the house, take the Pocket Kick (Php4,550) with you, which is small and handy enough to fit in your pocket. Experience 10 hours of uninterrupted music and even answer calls as it comes with a built-in mic.

"Decorate with Sound": Soundfreaq Launches Speaker Line

Pocket Kick

The Sound Spot (Php3,950) is something nice and nifty to have in your office cubicle. Aside from streaming music from your phone via Bluetooth, it can also play any audio from any Internet radio, app, movie, and TV show, among others.

"Decorate with Sound": Soundfreaq Launches Speaker Line

Sound Spot

The Double Spot (Php3,950) is perfect for those nights after work when you just want to chill in your living room and listen to relaxing tunes. Its stereo drivers deliver distortion-free music, and although it’s the largest in Soundfreaq’s line, it’s easy to move from one room to another.

"Decorate with Sound": Soundfreaq Launches Speaker Line

Double Spot

Soundfreaq wireless speakers are distributed by Digits Trading, and are available in branches of the following authorized resellers: Astroplus, Astrovision, Beyond the Box, BZB Gadget Hive, Digital Arena, Digital Hub, Digital Walker, District 32, E-Central, iCenter, iStore, iStudio, JMB Albay Gadgets, Liteware, Mobile 1, PowerHub, Switch, Technoholics, TechSavvy, and The A. Shop.

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