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Friday, November 01, 2013

Bridging the Gap Between Old and New Technology with the AmpliVox Boombox

SL1010 AmpliVox Boombox

Technology is constantly changing, but many of our old systems and equipment remain functional and effective. When it comes to the evolution of sound, everything seems to be going digital, many enjoy the innovation and capability that today’s gadgets like iPhones and computer software provide, but there is undoubtedly a need still to bridge the gap between older and newer technologies. For this reason, we are proud to introduce our SL1010 Boombox and SL1014 Listening Center/Boombox Combo, an all-in-one multimedia player and recorder.

The AmpliVox Boombox combines established auditory technology and cutting edge features to play sound from numerous platforms. Standard on each model is a top-loading CD player, AM/FM radio, auto-stop cassette player, USB port and SD slot. The addition of the Listening Center allows for up to six users to plug in headphones and hear audio without disturbing others.

SL1014 AmpliVox
Boombox/Listening Center
 “The AmpliVox Boombox is a perfect solution for anyone who wants to maintain older audio resources,” commented AmpliVox CEO Don Roth. “This unit delivers excellent sound quality, durability, and versatility with easy operations that anyone can use.”

Schools, churches, non-profits, and other organizations often find themselves with limited resources, and the prospect of having to continually upgrade their systems every time a new audio technology is introduced is daunting. At the same time, these organizations likely still have CD’s, cassettes, and other physical technology that remain effective to use in the classroom, church groups, and in other activities. The AmpliVox Boombox embraces technology that has always worked by making it available alongside today's innovative technologies.

You can learn more about the AmpliVox Boombox, as well as our entire line of School Listening Centers at the AmpliVox website. Looking for more information on #edtech news? Follow us on Twitter