AudioBulb Wireless Light Bulb Music System

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Surround sound home audio systems are a must in any household, but let’s face it – they can be quite cumbersome to install. Drilling holes, running wires, it’s a complete mess. The folks at GiiNii have a solution for everyone out there with their innovative AudioBulbs.

The designers and product engineers at GiiNii have fused speakers and light bulbs together for one awesome device. It’s literally as easy as screwing a light bulb in to install, and you can control the music and lights wirelessly from your iPhone or any mobile device for that matter. Each bulb is equipped with a 2.25″ full range speaker, and can be plugged into any socket up to 60 watts. You can purchase your own set directly from Amazon.

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