STREAMZ, the manufacturer behind a piece of hardware that shares a similar namesake, is all set to roll out the Streamz smart headphones some time in the first quarter of next year. In fact, this unique peripheral will come with an integrated Wi-Fi Android HD music player to boot, and I am quite sure that many of us out there would be thrilled to see its debut at CES 2015 that is happening early next month.
Touted to be the next major paradigm shift in wearable entertainment, those who happen to own the Streamz in the near future would no longer need to worry about owning a separate player. After all, everything has been built inside, and taking into consideration how most folks do not want to go through the hassle of carrying, connecting, and draining the battery of their smartphone, the Streamz smart headphones would come in pretty handy – allowing folks to easily and instantly enjoy a slew of high quality music – regardless of the time and place, of course.
While majority of the smartphones and mobile music players out there will come equipped with sub-par DACs and amplifiers, letting listeners compromise sound quality for mobility, the Streamz smart headphones will, as mentioned earlier, feature a built-in Android music player, storage, color display, WiFi, Bluetooth plus a high fidelity DAC and amp. In fact, it boasts of the capability of storing and autonomously play 96 kHz/24 bit HD quality or 44 kHz/16 bit CD quality music and instantly play online streaming music from services including Pandora, Spotify and in due time, CD quality streaming services such as Tidal and Deezer.
Audiophile will be able to listen to high definition quality 96 kHz/24 bit music anytime, anywhere, all without the need for an external wired DAC, Amp or music player, as all of those have been built inside of Streamz. It looks like this is one Kickstarter campaign that has come good!