We’ve all been on an otherwise epic ride where you spend half the day adjusting headphones, or stopping to reinsert your earbuds. But it’s not like you can ride without your beats, let’s face it, music and speed are made for each other. Your jams are the cherry on top. If you are one of the thousands of riders suffering from the condition we call “earbuds suck-itis” then it’s about time you acquainted yourself with Syphon Sound.
The brain child of outdoor enthusiast Kyle Rawson, Syphon Sound created a new music listening technology purpose-built for extreme sports. It’s called the Soundwrap and its ultra-thin and flexible speakers are revolutionizing the way riders everywhere listen to music. In case we don’t have your attention yet let’s break it down a bit more for you. Have you ever seen a guy at the sand dunes, ski resorts, or bike meets with a huge home video camcorder strapped to his helmet? Didn’t think so. These days it’s all about the compact action cameras built specifically for the sports we all live for. So why are you still listening to your music with earbuds you used while chilling on mom’s couch? They aren’t meant for riding, and that pain in your smashed ear canal should be the first proof of that.
Syphon Sound’s Soundwrap is the world’s first flexible speaker built specifically for extreme sport enthusiasts. Measuring in at just 1/10” thick, it uses Electrostatic Flexible Loudspeakers (EFLs ~ covered by more than 20 patents) to pump out some serious volume with unbelievable sound quality. The speakers are housed in a sweat-proof sleeve that easily Velcros into any helmet or beanie, and connects to your phone or MP3 player via Bluetooth.
So, is the Soundwrap really all it’s cracked up to be? Stoked riders everywhere, and a customer demand that’s increasing every day say the hype is real. The Soundwrap is here to stay, and earbuds are set to become a thing of the past for extreme sports. Join the revolution at syphonsound.com