One of our most recent products that has really taken off in the past 3 months is the iPhone-Mic-Line. The Mic-Line is a line level adapter for iPhone, iPad, smartphones and tablets which allows you to record directly from a mixer or soundboard to the afore mentioned mobile devices. After a test of multiple adapters, Emma of Studio Scratches wrote:
If a communication technology user is familiar with what the team at Headset Buddy is up to, they are well aware of our ClearMic Noise Canceling Microphone for Bose QC15 Headphones. One of the big item launches of 2013, the ClearMic-Bose microphone is a proud member of Headset Buddy’s product line. Some background information: From Headset Buddy’s website: “I did a quick test phone call in a strong wind and was impressed to learn the person on the other end had no idea I was outdoors!” – Paul Want to use your Bose QC15 headphones as a headset in noisy
The sight is so common these days that it almost passes unnoticed. Headphones, earbuds, whatever you prefer – it seems the majority of Americans in this day and age are wearing them daily. This constant market saturation excites Headset Buddy. After all, we offer several fine, custom products in the headset technology field. There’s another exciting factor at work right now. 2013 has been one of the most thrilling and expansive music years in recent memory. Several great releases have already dropped, but there are still some highly-anticipated titles appearing later in this year. We’re only now reaching “prestige” release season.
Among the many things Austin is known for (live music, Tex-Mex, BBQ, technology, and football, to name a few), physical fitness is one the city takes a lot of pride in. Continually seen as one of the fittest cities in Texas (if not America), Austin is a town filled with folks looking to keep in shape. Headset Buddy is totally in sync with this metropolitan personality trait, which is why we are happy to help any Austin jogger who runs while listening to music. Headset Buddy can make it easier than ever to hook music into a runner’s ears before hitting