BeatRoute markets and distributes stylish, Bluetooth A2DP-enabled accessories that enhance the audio experience of popular smartphones and other mobile devices, including Apple iPod and iPhone, Rim Blackberry, Google Android and Palm Pre.
Through its talented team of R&D engineers and a seasoned professional, US-based management team, BeatRoute is pioneering the application and widespread adoption of the A2DP profile, which permits high quality audio—stereo and mono—to be streamed from one device to another over a BlueTooth v2.0 connection.
While other audio companies continue to introduce proprietary interfaces and technology that tend to drive up costs and limit versatility, BeatRoute’s A2DP and BlueTooth v2.0 products offer a universal interface that not only keeps prices low, but also enable devices to seamlessly connect within seconds. Moreover, BeatRoute design is compact and modern with an interface that is both convenient and user-friendly. The user’s mobile device, in essence, serves as a capable remote control for its onboard music library, which plays reliably through BeatRoute audio devices.
Among its first product introduced this year, BeatRoute’s Bluetooth stereo headsets offer wireless convenience when using Bluetooth A2DP devices and cell phones. An embedded microphone enables hands-free conversation from Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones. When listening to music on a cell phone, the headset automatically pauses the music for incoming calls. It also has a button to select the previous or next track and adjust the volume of the connected player.
The BeatRoute Blue automatically plays music wirelessly from any Bluetooth A2DP device, including MP3/MP4 players and PCs. It plugs directly into a wall’s power outlet, making it a perfect portable audio solution for any room in the house, hotels or even outside. BeatRoute Blue is sold with a remote control with play, pause, previous/next song and volume commands.
The portable and lightweight BeatRoute Phoenix provides wireless music in the home, outdoors and even cars from Bluetooth A2DP devices. Offering a line-in input, it can also be connected to PCs, MP3/MP4 and CD players, or any portable media players, via a standard 3.5mm audio cable. A sensitive microphone allows for hands-free conversation via Bluetooth-enabled cell phones.
BeatRoute products are available in North America and on the Web at www.beatroute.com.
The company’s products are distributed and marketed through Campbell, California-based Octave Systems, which has marketed and sold quality, top-rated DVD recorders, DVD duplicators, recording software, DVD CD-R media and other technology accessories over the past 25 years.