Let's be honest; smartphone speakers, no matter how advanced, are never going to match up with the real thing. Real, high quality stereo sound requires big speakers, complicated set-ups, and a power cord that's thicker than a body builder's neck, right? That's why you've been carrying around that boombox for the last 30 years. Fortunately for you, one startup has come up with a less burdensome alternative for your audio needs.
BumpOut is that alternative. This truly portable bluetooth speaker brings style and quality to your pocket. It's slim body and deafen sound will put any speaker to shame, be it a smartphone speaker or a home theater system. And if you want to make an impact on the millennial market, these characteristics are not just important, they're a necessity.
“Today’s youth are naturally smarter than they’re given credit for,” said Zac Pierce, founder and CEO of BumpOut in a press release. “They have so much information available today that they are very intuitive and can’t be hustled by the marketing machine as easily. As a company, your products better be cool and deliver on promises. You have to create a positive experience.”
In addition to the slim body and quality sound, BumpOut offers something that not all speaker do: a simple attachment to your smartphone. Dubbed the BumpOut Coin, you can slide the portable bluetooth speaker onto the back of any model or make of smartphone for a consolidated speaker that doesn't rely on your ability to remember where you put it.
The “bump out” feature, which is where the product gets its name, allows the user to increase and improve the sound quality when the time is right. From heavy basses to catchy melodies, this feature will make listening to your favorite song that much more enjoyable.
BumpOut has launched an Indiegogo campaign in hopes of raising the funds they need to truly spread this product far and wide. They have already passed their $50,000 goal with more than half a month remaining on the campaign. Head over now to lock down one of these quality products for less than $50 and support the portable audio revolution.