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Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Samsung 'Level' Audio Portfolio Available In The U.S.


Samsung Mobile is bringing the Samsung Level portfolio of premium mobile audio products in the U.S..

The Level audio portfolio is a collection of three headphones and a Bluetooth speaker: Level Over, Level On, Level In and Level Box.

All four devices work with smartphones and tablets, and the Level Over can be further customized using the Samsung Level App. In addition, the Level portfolio syncs with Milk Music powered by Slacker, Samsung's free music streaming service for select Galaxy devices, offering more than 200 stations .

Level Over is available for $349.99, Level On $179.99, Level In $149.99 and Level Box $169.99. Gilt.com is offering its members exclusive, first access to the portfolio, starting Thursday, July 17 at noon ET at www.gilt.com/level. The sale, which lasts for 72 hours, will also feature an exclusive bundle of the Level On and Level Box for $299.99. The portfolio will also be available on Amazon.com (July 20), Samsung.com (July 21) and select Samsung Experience Shops at Best Buy stores (July 27).

The Samsung Level Over is an over-ear headphone ergonomically designed for comfort and packs wireless Bluetooth technology.It includes Active Noise Cancellation, employing four mics on the inside and outside of the headphones to cancel outside sounds. In addition, Level Over includes technology that prevents resonance between the vibration plate and the frame, avoiding unnecessary booming and helping to provide the original sound. Users can control volume, navigate tracks, pause or stop music, answer or end a call all using the Smart Control Technology on the side of the headphones.

The Level On is an on-ear, wired headphone. Soft polyurethane cushioning provides comfort with a foldable ergonomic design makes this a great headphone for the on-the-go mobile user.

The Level In is an in-ear, wired headphone that packs a three-way speaker system that controls treble, mid-range and deep bass.

Level Box is a compact Bluetooth speaker that streams audio from any Samsung Galaxy phone - or any other Bluetooth compatible device - directly to the speaker. Its design is optimized to provide noise reduction and echo cancellation, and a built in rechargeable battery offers up to 15 hours of continuous playback on a single charge. One touch Near-Field Communications (NFC) or the dedicated Bluetooth pairing button provides easy synching. Control buttons make it easy to adjust volume or play/pause music, and an HD built in microphone makes allows for phone or conference calls.



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