The world’s first truly independent headphone audio system for audiophiles is almost here, as the Streamz Media have announced that the headphones will start shipping in Q1 2015 and will be on show at CES 2015. The
The Streamz headphones feature everything built-in, ranging from the 128 x 128 pixel OLED display, over controls and keypad, all the way to a built in 96KHz 24bit DAC, an Android system running on a quad-core processor and up to 36GB of storage with optional 32GB memory card.
It can play most common audio formats such as WAV, FLAC, ALAC, MP3. AAC, Pandora, plus many others, has built-in WiFi and additional Bluetooth where WiFi won’t work. Wifi connections are however the only uncompressed, so you’ll want to use that whenever possible. While you can control everything from the headphones themselves, they also come with smartphone apps for Android and iOS.
The API will allow Android developers to create their own apps and future plans include a voice controlled module called VOXXI that will allow users to search and play music plus other system controls with Google voice commands.
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