Jam Collection - CES 2013
Jan 10, 2013 5:57 PM
A few of the devices, specifically HMDX's Jam Fusion headphones and Jam Plus wireless speaker, include the ability to bridge any two of the devices in question to share the same audio across them. That means that if you and your buddy both have Jam Fusion headphones on, you can listen to the same tunes off of one device.
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HMDX gets jamming with six new Bluetooth audio products (video)
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