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Break Free With NYNE's New Lifestyle Inspired Speakers at CES 2013

Compatible With All Bluetooth-Enabled Mobile Devices, Audio Entertainment Has Never Been Easier

OXNARD, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/03/13 -- NYNE, a company that enriches consumers' listening experiences with advanced acoustics, is breaking ground with its latest Bluetooth speakers. The first models to mark a new direction for the company, the NB-500 and NB-550 feature Bluetooth connectivity and USB charging that maintain compatibility with all mobile devices. Smartphones and tablets can now remain completely mobile and free as intended to be. NYNE will showcase the new models in Central Hall booth #11426 at CES, January 8-11.

"In response to Apple's Lightning connector, we are not only bringing speakers with the new connector, but also focusing on products with mobile device capability beyond docking all together," said Arman Arami, president of NYNE. "For the first time at the 2013 CES, NYNE is revealing a series of speakers that are completely 'Device-Agnostic,' meaning no confinement to any specific platform. We believe users should not be forced to tie down their mobile devices on a dock or be plugged to a connector, except when they wish to charge them."

Almost every 21st century home has a variety of mobile devices ranging from Android to Apple to Windows, smartphones to MP3 players to tablets. With Device-Agnostic speakers, the NYNE series can connect with them all. With Bluetooth-enabled devices, changing the source, song or volume can be done from anywhere in the room directly from your mobile device. Since everyone can use the same NYNE speaker, mom and dad can keep money in their pockets.

NB-500 - Impressive and Moveable Sound
The NB-500 is a compact and portable speaker with an impressive, realistic sound experience to please the most zealous audiophile. Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity makes this speaker compatible with current and future devices such as the iPhone 5, iPad mini and Android smartphones or tablets, and allows mobile devices complete wireless freedom. Additional features include USB charging, advanced digital signal processing and an auxiliary input for other audio sources.

NB-550 - Large and Powerful Entertainment
The power of the NB-550 will leave even the most discerning person in amazement. A larger version of the NB-500, the NB-550 is packed with 100-Watts of power for an excellent home audio experience. This audiophile dream speaker allows users the freedom of listening to mobile content through its Bluetooth 4.0 technology or auxiliary input and also features a USB charging port in the back to charge any mobile device. Your friends and family will benefit from music sharing all from one speaker.

The NB-500 and NB-550 will be available the second quarter of 2013 for prices of $199.95 and $299.95, respectively.

About NYNE
NYNE is a California-based company specializing in the design, manufacture and sales of innovative audio and multi-media products that simplify and enhance home and business environments. A collaboration of a group of Silicon Valley veterans, acoustical engineers and audio experts with a passion for technology, NYNE is dedicated to producing high-end, quality products with superb acoustics and unparalleled technology integration. NYNE develops its products to meet the requirements of today's style conscious consumer, from product design, to freeing them from the clutter of racks, stacks and wires, and more.

For more information about NYNE's innovative product line, please visit www.nyne.com. Connect with NYNE socially on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/NYNEmultimedia), Twitter (https://twitter.com/nynemultimedia), and Pinterest (http://pinterest.com/nynemultimedia).

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