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San Francisco – Tabletop-audio supplier Pure Audio expanded its selection of iPod-docking AirPlay-equipped speakers and enhancing the capabilities of its Jongo wireless multiroom-audio system.
The company is also rolling out active POP displays to demonstrate the sound quality and capabilities of its Jongo wireless-audio system.
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New York - Pure Audio is expanding its distribution, product selection and readying its first consumer ad campaign.
These moves include: expanding its fledgling selection of Jongo wireless multiroom-audio speakers, expanding Jongo distribution to include Walmart and Best Buy brick-and-mortar stores, and readying its first major consumer-advertising campaign, U.S. sales director Noam Meppen told TWICE.
The U.K.-based company, which shipped its first U.S. products only 2 ½ years ago, is also adding new features to its current products through a firmware upgrade.
San Francisco – U.K.-based Pure, which arrived in North America in 2010 with a variety of tabletop Internet radios, has added its first color-touchscreen model.
The $449-suggested Sensia 200D Connect also expands the company’s selection of tabletop Internet radios with the ability to play music streamed from Android and iOS mobile devices.