Product DesignThe Vamp - New Life for Old Speakers, by Paul Cocksedge

The Vamp – New Life for Old Speakers, by Paul Cocksedge

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If you still have old traditional speakers in the house, do not rush to get rid of them because Paul Cocksedge found a way to revalorize them. The solution is suggestively called “The Vamp”. What does „The Vamp” do? This cubic device transforms the old speaker, that classical connects through wires, into a portable Bluetooth speaker that can be used anywhere in the house or garden.

The new wireless technology that “evolves” the old speaker, allows a very good sound quality. Paul Cocksedge says: “For me, reusing perfectly good technology makes sense. Hearing the rich sound coming out of these older speakers in a new way is a delight. They are a part of our music history.”

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Even though there are many Bluetooth portable speakers on the market, their sound often does not live up to the sound quality of the conventional speakers, plus some of them are very expensive. The Vamp brings back to life, with an excellent sound the old speakers, that are still in our homes.

The usage of this magnetic device is very simple and it requires only positioning Vamp anywhere on the speaker. In a few words: find, connect, play. The Vamp has been successfully funded by Kickstarter that can provide more information about the way it works.

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