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Salt Lake City — STREAMZ, a Mozaex spin-off company, has released smart streaming headphones called STREAMZ. STREAMZ can play music and audio from multiple sources, including onboard stored music, streaming online radio, streamed phone music, plus audio from a TV, movie and game player.
The company plans to demonstrate STREAMZ and its other products during the 2014 CES Expo, held in Las Vegas from January 7 - 10.
STREAMZ has a built-in Android processor, WIFI, Bluetooth and storage.
"You no longer need to bother with a separate player since it's all built inside,” said STREAMZ CEO Douglas Kihm. “STREAMZ replaces multiple headphones so that you can enjoy all of your entertainment from any device with one simple-to-use pair of headphones."
STREAMZ incorporates smart WIFI and Bluetooth interfaces that auto detect and connect to WIFI internet hotspots, a Bluetooth device such as a smartphone, or with an optional module your Bluetooth enabled AVR receiver.