Vamp Bluetooth Stereo

Sep 14, 2016

Category: Tech

Have you ever been tempted to pick up those dead and abandoned speakers you see on the sidewalk or at the local thrift store? Ever wished you had the technical know-how to somehow integrate them into your own stereo setup? Now, thanks to the Vamp Stereo and Speaker, you don’t have to be a technical wizard to bring old speakers back to life.

To put it in the simplest of terms, this small seven-cornered cube turns even the oldest of speakers into a high-fidelity Bluetooth stereo system with just two simple steps. Just clip in the left and right channels into the back of the Vamp, and connect your iPhone to the portable device. For those who aren’t interested in searching around too much for old and forgotten speakers, Paul Cocksedge, the creator of this award winning device, is also offering up a fully recycled speaker that can connect with two additional speakers. Thrift shops just got that much more exciting. Prices range from $66 to $110. [Purchase]





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