Core Brands, LLC, a Nortek, Inc. company (NASDAQ: NTK) announced today it will demo the Korus™ V600 and the Korus V400, the next generation wireless speakers from its new Korus consumer audio line, in booth # 20639 at CES 2014.
The V600 offers a wide soundstage ideal for large spaces and the V400 is perfect for smaller rooms and as a companion to the V600. The Korus team will give away a Korus V600 wireless speaker at each of their CES booths.
The Korus wireless speaker system, a premium alternative to Bluetooth-enabled audio solutions and other wireless technologies, is available online at KorusSound.com, Amazon®, in Best Buy® Magnolia® Design Centers nationwide, Crutchfield®, and at other North America retailers.
“Korus is transforming the wireless audio environment by enabling BIG sound, TRUE high fidelity experiences for music, video and games,” said Brett Faulk, Executive Director, Strategic Products, Korus. “The highly disruptive nature of the Korus speaker system comes from an unparalleled ease-of-use, a more stable and reliable wireless audio connection without pops, drops and lag, and the flexibility to stream audio from a single device to 1 or up to 4 speakers placed in one or more rooms.”
Faulk added that the Korus line will be expanded in 2014, incorporating at least one new model, and enabling additional capabilities for videos and games – some of which will be on display at the Korus booth this week.
Korus is designed to blend a superior wireless audio signal with a state-of-the-art acoustic architecture, resulting in a premium audio experience. Leading technology analyst Patrick Moorhead, of Moor Insights & Strategy, said “It’s a great wireless speaker system that advances wireless speakers forward supporting all the devices and media content—music, video and games—people use every day.”
Korus wireless speakers are engineered with LiveStage™, a proprietary acoustic platform that enables a wider, multi-dimensional sound platform. It projects the vocals up front and other instruments like guitars and drums behind, to create distance between music elements. The resulting audio experience feels immersive and expansive, as if you’re listening to a live performance.