Speaking at the 2013 CES show, the Velodyne executive said one of the companies they are in discussion with is Convoy, with one executive claiming that the Australian distributor “has an excellent track record.” He added “They did a brilliant job with Beats”.
A Convoy executive at CES confirmed they are in discussions with Velodyne, who in the past has delivered an award winning range of sub woofers. Recently the company launched a range of headphones including wireless models.
At their stand ChannelNews got a firsthand look at the new range of headphones which now includes new in-ear headphones, and two new over the ear models.
The Velodyne vTrue Studio headphones and the vFree Bluetooth headphones delivers rich audio quality with plenty of bass.
Roughly the size and weight of Beats Studio headphones previously sold by Convoy, the new models fold up and the controls for volume and playback are on the outside of the right earpiece.
Charging is via Micro USB, similar to most smartphones and other portable devices. Battery life is roughly 10 hours.
The Velodyne headphones come in three basic colours: white, black, and silver.