Scosche unveils 2011 audio lineup at CES

Scosche unveils 2011 audio lineup at CES after the jump
Scosche, best known for the reputation in the world of car audio, has debuted its 2011 audio lineup, primarily based around headphones but also including an exercise monitor strap, a lavaliere Bluetooth mic, various chargers for iOS devices and new variations for its FlipSync keychain USB and sync cable, now available with iOS dock connectors or micro- or mini-USB for other devices.
The company is offering a line of high-performance over-ear headphones and in-ear monitors under the “Realm by Scosche” brand. The line draws on the company’s experience in designing amplifiers, speakers and low-frequency transducers. Another line will feature three sport headphone models that offer sweat resistance and a new, refined control surface and mic — which the company calls tapLine III — which allows users to answer and end calls, control volume and skip tracks, in either an earwrap, earclip or traditional in-ear design.
The company is also introducing the MyTrek wireless arm strap pulse monitor with accompanying app for the iPhone and iPod Touch that records and stores workout data from the armband. Audio prompts give the user real-time feedback and keep them in the target heartrate zone.
Scosche is also unveiling a new FreedomMic, a Bluetooth lavaliere mic designed for the Flip UltraHD, iPod Touch and iPhone 4. It features a range of up to 100 feet and as much as four hours of recording time.
The company is also upgrading its charger lineup, including a 5000mAh GoBat II dual USB tablet charger, three FlipCharge models for iPod and iPhone, and an all-new product, a battery pack and case combo for the iPhone 4 called the SwitchBack Surge that includes an integrated kickstand for landscape viewing and FaceTime video calling.
Finally, Scosche is expanding its FlipSync self-contained keychain USB sync and charge cable to include the ClipSync, which incorporates a carabineer into the design.
Scosche, best known for the reputation in the world of car audio, has debuted its 2011 audio lineup, primarily based around headphones but also including an exercise monitor strap, a lavaliere Bluetooth mic, various chargers for iOS devices and new variations for its FlipSync keychain USB and sync cable, now available with iOS dock connectors or micro- or mini-USB for other devices.The company is offering a line of high-performance over-ear headphones and in-ear monitors under the “Realm by Scosche” brand. The line draws on the company’s experience in designing amplifiers, speakers and low-frequency transducers. Another line will feature three sport headphone models that offer sweat resistance and a new, refined control surface and mic — which the company calls tapLine III — which allows users to answer and end calls, control volume and skip tracks, in either an earwrap, earclip or traditional in-ear design.
The company is also introducing the MyTrek wireless arm strap pulse monitor with accompanying app for the iPhone and iPod Touch that records and stores workout data from the armband. Audio prompts give the user real-time feedback and keep them in the target heartrate zone.
Scosche is also unveiling a new FreedomMic, a Bluetooth lavaliere mic designed for the Flip UltraHD, iPod Touch and iPhone 4. It features a range of up to 100 feet and as much as four hours of recording time.
The company is also upgrading its charger lineup, including a 5000mAh GoBat II dual USB tablet charger, three FlipCharge models for iPod and iPhone, and an all-new product, a battery pack and case combo for the iPhone 4 called the SwitchBack Surge that includes an integrated kickstand for landscape viewing and FaceTime video calling.
Finally, Scosche is expanding its FlipSync self-contained keychain USB sync and charge cable to include the ClipSync, which incorporates a carabineer into the design.