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New tech syncs small speakers for big sound

Mike Elgan | Oct. 1, 2015
In the past week, new methods for synchronizing speakers to create loud, high-quality sound have emerged. Finally.

Users of participating phones can even take calls during a party. The music will stop on any phone that accepts a call, but it will continue playing on all of the other phones -- even if it's the host that gets the call.

AmpMe says it will support other streaming services in addition to SoundCloud "in the coming months."

I'm really excited about AmpMe, and I'm tentatively excited about Google's Chromecast Audio.

It sounds to me like the speaker-syncing sound revolution has finally arrived.


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