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Kicker Ships, Adds Features To Audio, Headphone SKUs

Stillwater, Okla. – Kicker Performance Audio released ship dates and other information on recently introduced headphones and home audio products.
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Stillwater, Okla. – Kicker Performance Audio released ship dates and other information on recently introduced headphones and home audio products.

The Tabor Bluetooth wireless headphone will ship in July at a $179 and has a lightweight chassis, over-ear pads, and 50mm drivers designed to deliver the most from movies, music, games and voice calls.

Kicker said its, top-of-the-line premium headphone, the Vapor, is now available on its website (Kicker.com) and through authorized dealers, at a suggested retail of $199.

The headphones feature a pair of 40mm dual-diaphragm transducers, an acoustically tuned cup design and sealing ear pads, the company said.

The Cypher Premium in-ear headset is shipping now, and can be used as a microphone with iPhone and iPad. It has a suggested retail price of $129.

The entry-tier Cypher is a multifunctional headset that provides two-way reception and has a three-button remote that controls audio and phone capabilities for compatible Apple devices, Kicker said.

Also new, Kicker’s Amphitheater K3 is now available through the company’s website as well as authorized dealers.

The Bluetooth streaming system features the company’s bass output and an ultra-wide soundfield, is lightweight, and works with all Bluetooth-enabled devices.

It retails for a suggested $199.

Kicker said features have been added to its top-tier Amphitheater BTL System, resulting in a more flexible unit that is made for desktop, bookshelf and counter-top placement.

Priced at $299, it now pairs with any current Bluetooth device in addition to linking with late-model iPhone and iPad models via a Lightning connector. Also, a third connection option, a USB input, provides audio playback from any Apple and most Android devices while simultaneously powering them.

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