Lindon-based Wicked Audio forms audio partnership
Tech » Company adds software digital processing to headphones to create different forms of sound.
By Vince Horiuchi
| The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Jan 08 2014 08:56 am • Last Updated Jan 08 2014 08:59 am
Lindon-based audio company, Wicked Audio, announced at the annual International Consumer Electronics Show this week that it has partnered with Bongiovi Acoustics to employ its Digital Power Station software with Wicked’s headphones and earphones.
The Digital Power Station allows listeners to create different sound profiles with the software that work with the headphones. With the touch of a button on the headphones, for example, the user can switch between a "music mode," "video mode" or "game mode."
Wicked Audio designs and produces audio headphones for mobile devices and distributes to more than 45,000 retailers around the world.
— Vince Horiuchi
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