Technical pro is known to buildprofessionalgearthat audio professionals and audiophiles turn to for all of their sound needs. Our new line of Bluetooth Compatible equipment is quickly becoming thebench mark for all others to follow. With its sleek design and powerful sound the BLUET4 Powered Bluetooth® Loudspeaker is one of the hottest units in the market. It’s packed with options and of course built with the same long lasting design that you can expect from the engineers at Technical Pro.The BLUET4 is one of the newest Bluetooth capable speakers introduced by Technical Pro. With the ability to connect wirelessly to a Bluetooth enabled device while delivered a thumping bass, the BLUET4 has changed the game. With one powered base speaker and two passive satellite speakers that feed directly from the base speaker you can easily fill the room with audio.
Want to play audio files from yourphone while keeping it safe in your pocket? No problem. The BLUET4′s Bluetooth compatibility allows for wireless connection to any A2DP stereo Bluetooth device. That means you can play audio files from your phone, laptop or any other Bluetooth enabled device within a 30 foot foot range. The BLUET4 gives you the freedom to stream music wirelessly from any Bluetooth enabled device.
Your in the car on your way home listening to your favorite beats or maybe a podcast from the your phone via the Bluetooth connection in car. You pull into your driveway. Previously there were only two options; stay in your car and keep listening or turn the the car off and continue the listening next time in the car. Technical Pro’s BLUET4 unchains you from you car. Now you can walk into your home and connect your Bluetooth enabled mobile device to the BLUET4 and continue listening to your audio.
The BLUET4 Bluetooth connectivity is also very useful if your having people over. Connect your mobile phone to the BLUET4 and play your audio from anywhere within a 30 foot range of the BLUET4. If crowd wants you to change the track you don’t have to go running to the speaker anymore. Just take out your phone and select another song.
The most impressive feature on the BLUET4 is the clarity of the Bluetooth transmission. You wont be able to tell the difference between the sound coming from a mp3 player connected directly to the BLUET4′s RCA input or a mobile device 30 feet away connected via Bluetooth.
One look at the BLUET4 and you will think it arrived from the future. The unit is extremely stylish and will surely impress your clients or your crowd. If you are serious about your sound, and are in need of options to play modern audio sources, and want to maintain a high level of performance this is for you…and it’s available at a price that won’t break the bank.
bikelocksare all well and good, but if you really want to keep your bike protected, you need to outfit it with a BikeSpike ($150 and up). This small accessory attaches to your bike via a custom waterbottle holder, and packs a GPS chipset, cellular antenna, and accelerometer into its small black body. Thanks to all that tech, you can monitor your ride’s location using a phone or computer, digitally “lock” your bike and get a push notification if it’s moved/tampered with, automatically alert contacts in the event of a collision, and monitor stats like distance, speed, and favorite courses. Just think of it as a combination Find My iPhone/Nike+ for your bike. SourceBikeSpike
It may seem expensive, but if it keeps you afloat in an avalanche, it’ll seem like a bargain. The North Face Patrol Avalanche Airbag Pack ($1,200) is a fully serviceable backpack, with internal pockets in the main compartment for organization, a ski or snowboard carry system, and a large toolpocket. The real highlight, however, is the integrated ABS airbag system that, with a pull of the handle on the left shoulder strap, uses compressed nitrogen to inflate two large airbags that will help keep you on the surface and make it easier for rescuers to find you. With a 95% success rate in real-world use, it might just be a life saver.
We don’t know a lot about theSnolo sled ($TBA). We do know that it’s made of carbonfiber, has been tested at speeds of upto 40 mph, that it allows for unprecedented levels of controland maneuverability, and that it folds up to be carried like a backpack to whatever extreme cliff you plan on sledding down. We also know that when it launched December 7, we’re going to want one.
When we were younger, pretty much the only thing that could end playtime was a lack of light — but that’s not a problem anymore. Nerf Firevision ($10-$20) is a new lineup of gear that uses microprism technologyto make things visible even at night. Whether you’re playing football, basketball, or just bouncing a ball, all you need is a pair of Firevision glasses to see the action. The best part? No charging required.
Tossing a piece of popcorn into theairand catching it with your mouth is a time-honored snacking tradition. But what do you do when your hands are full and you’re hungry for a bite? The Popinator ($TBA) is here to help. Using binaural microphones, the Popinator listens for you to say the word “pop”, estimates your mouth’s position, and then fires a single piece off in that direction, letting you catch it with your mouth and continue on about your business. No word on when or if it might hit the market, but you can sign us up for one when it does. Source:Popinator
Throwing out your arm while playing fetch gets old… especially when your dog never seems to be pleased.
the HyperDog balllauncher is a slingshotthat takes the work (and the mess) out of the game. Pull back the launcher and watch as tennis balls fly up to 220 feet. That’ll give you enough time to drink some beer and devour some grub. And when your dog returns, simply scoop the ball up, hands-free.
The launcher is made from top-grade steel with a rust and chip resistant coating, and the band is strong surgical-grade tubing.
I’m not one to watch an NFL game on TV or toss around the pigskin in the park, but if I did I would probably benefit from this magnetic football.
Ultimate Reception is a campaign on crowd-funding site IndieGoGo aimed at developing a magnetic football andgloves that improve catching ability.
Actually, the gloves are embedded with powerful magnets that attract a special layer in the football’s skin. They’re strong enough so that the ball will stick to the glove when the arm is outstretched and palm down.
The glove magnets won’t prevent the ball from being thrown because parts of the ball aren’t attracted to magnets.
It’s being developed by Minnesota Vikings long snapper Cullen Loeffler and engineer Alex Heltzel.
They promise that “anyone can play receiver and catch like a pro” with Ultimate Reception.
The duo is seeking $150,000 in funding.
As seen in the promo vid below, the gloves make it easy to catch the ball with one hand, even when diving. That looks like lots of fun, but I’m not sure how it would help you get a grip on a conventional football.
You’d think that with a name like that, Dual Snowboards ($265) would be something akin to a snowboard cut in half. and you’d be right. These unique fiberglass and poplar boards come in sets of two, attaching to each foot independently, allowing you to perform a myriad of tricks — including basically anything you can do on a traditional snowboard — all while having the freedom to walk and maneuver like a normal human. Source:Dual Snowboards