Pyle Makes a Splash This Summer with the Sound Flow Bluetooth Speaker

By on Jul 1, 2013 at 3:01 pm

sound flowPyle Audio, manufacturers of outdoor recreational gear and home, car and pro audio equipment, unveils the Sound Flow Bluetooth speaker. Portable and lightweight, the marine grade, shock resistant and waterproof Sound Flow speaker system withstands use in the most difficult environmental conditions.

The ultra-light speaker also connects to most qualified Bluetooth devices wirelessly. Its built-in lithium battery and USB charging cable create both indoor and outdoor functionality, allowing users to enjoy hours of music wherever they go—rain or shine. Available at for $69.99.

With its easy-to-push controls, the sealed and rubberized shock absorbent Sound Flow speaker provides crystal clear audio and enhanced bass production. It features a wide range of low, mid, and high sound restoration amid streaming music, sacrificing nothing in sound quality, while catering to the most adventurous listener’s need for convenience and durability. Hang the rubberized Sound Flow speaker system from its preinstalled metal hook or place it on any surface. Once fully charged, the device provides up to seven hours of play time.

“We’re always looking for opportunities to incorporate Bluetooth capabilities into our new product lines,” said Abe Brach, President of Pyle Audio. “However, it’s not just about simply creating a wireless speaker. We also take into consideration ease of use as demonstrated by the Sound Flow’s amazing durability and functionality.”

Sound Flow Features Include:

  • Features ultra-lightweight, waterproof, shock-absorbent design for rugged weather performance
  • Push control connection to virtually any Bluetooth enabled device (Smartphone, Tablet, PC, MP3 player, etc.)
  • Built-in rechargeable lithium battery and USB charging cable
  • Enhanced bass production delivers accurate lows, mids, and highs

The Sound Flow from Pyle Audio is available in black for $69.99 at


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