Ausounds expands AU collection with launch of AU-Stream earphones

Wednesday October 23, 2019 0 comments Tags: Wheat Ridge, Ausounds, AU-Stream headphones, Marcus Sanchez

WHEAT RIDGE -- Ausounds today announced the latest edition to its AU Collection -- the AU-Stream earphones.Ausounds-logo 

The AU Collection is designed for music creators to use in their everyday lives, with product features including premium audio, accessibility, durability, and comfort, the company said.

The AU-Stream earphones are the light version of the brand's renowned AU-Stream ANC earphones, and like its predecessor, they feature a 13MM Titanium driver and a frequency range of 20Hz - 20KHz, providing the ultimate sound in a mobile lightweight housing.

"We designed the AU-Stream earphones for music creators and enthusiasts that are seeking high-quality audio solutions with true wireless technology at an unbelievable price point," said Marcus Sanchez, Ausounds chief marketing officer.

"In developing the AU-Stream earphones, we are able to provide just that -- a true wireless earphone with a 13MM titanium driver and advanced features like rapid wireless charging, Bluetooth 5.0, and an IPX5 rating, all for under $100. There is nothing else on the market like this."

Supporting a mobile lifestyle, the AU-Stream includes Bluetooth 5.0 and smart pairing, dual microphones for crystal clear calls, and a total battery life of 17.5 hours. The earphones can be easily charged through a rapid wireless charging case and offer AI voice assistant technology for advanced convenience, the company said.

The AU-Stream has an IPX5 rating, making them ideal for any activity, from working out to commuting. With a master dual switch, the AU-Stream automatically switches to and prioritizes the active earbud, helping save battery power in the dormant unit.

The AU-Stream earphones are available for $99.95, with various colors to be announced for the upcoming holiday season. Like all of Ausounds' audio solutions, $1 from the sale of every AU-Stream earphone will be donated to the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences' charity, MusiCares.