Hey everybody - super quick update. Sent out another batch yesterday - here’s a link to the owner’s manual as a PDF. Should resolve some possible questions!
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The Copper is a wired, powered speaker. It sounds great, and it looks killer - but it does have to be plugged into both power and an audio source. Includes power supply and 3.5mm cable - attach any device with a standard headphone audio output. Available in mono ($300) or stereo ($400). Stereo shown in image.
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Ships Apr 29, 2014
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The Helium is a capacitor-powered, portable wireless speaker. It charges in five minutes, plays for six hours at full volume, and sounds awesome. Includes Bluetooth receiver with Apt-X and AAC codecs, Fostex FE 126 driver, bamboo cabinet, and wall adapter. Built to last in Portland, OR.
Ships Feb 27, 2014
The Capacitizer is a DIY kit for building a capacitor-powered portable wireless speaker. Build your own enclosure for a high-efficiency driver, OR convert an existing high-efficiency passive speaker. Includes the assembled PCB, four 350F supercapacitors, a power supply for charging, hardware, and instructions. Tools and know-how required! Driver not included.
Free US Shipping / $50 Worldwide
A Helium Stereo speaker AND a Helium Mono for the ultimate listening experience.
Free US Shipping / $150 Worldwide
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