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Ultimate Ears, a company known for its line of rugged, colorful speakers with high-quality audio, is now letting customers create their own designs when they buy one of its BOOM 3 portable Bluetooth speakers.

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Announced today, myBOOM studio lets customers select from thousands of fabric styles, colors and patterns for different parts of the speaker including the caps, spine, hang loop, and volume buttons. Customers can also use myBOOM studio to add their name or other text to the speaker to make it their own, or alternatively include a gift note.
"Our speakers have always reflected the unique styles of our listeners, but up until today, our fans were limited with the color and design options we made available to them," said Charlotte Johs, general manager of Ultimate Ears. "With myBOOM 3, we've created this enjoyable and unique design studio where music enthusiasts can show their creativity and give their favorite Ultimate Ears BOOM 3 speaker a truly personalized look and feel."
The online studio features eight color options and 12 fabrics, including Jungle Bell, NY Kitty, Frozen Kingdom, Marble Marvel, Blue Dreams and Berry Fun. Ultimate Ears says additional colors and fabrics will become available over time.

Retailing for $179.99, the company's portable myBOOM 3 speaker features 360-degree sound and deep bass, one-touch music control, compatibility with the POWER UP charging dock, and an IP67 rating for staying waterproof and dustproof. myBOOM 3 speakers also work with PartyUp, so they can be paired with up to 150 of any generation BOOM or MEGABOOM speaker for even fuller sound.

Customizable myBOOM 3 portable Bluetooth speakers are available now in the U.S. and expected to be available globally in the summer. Customers can design their myBOOM 3 on the Ultimate Ears website or at select T-Mobile store locations in Chicago and Miami.

Article Link: Ultimate Ears Launches myBOOM Studio to Let Customers Style Up Their Speakers
 

Aston441

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Sep 16, 2014
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"Ultimate Ears", also known as Logitech, is the most dishonest tech company in the business. Support for a product, once purchased, is non-existent.


They buy junk from overseas, and through insidious PR marketing, get glowing reviews at major web sites.

They're the prime example in the peripheral industry, of how a company with a mediocre product, but who tells the most lies, comes out on top, just like Microsoft did in the software industry.
 
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bstpierre

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Mar 28, 2008
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"Ultimate Ears", also known as Logitech, is the most dishonest tech company in the business. Support for a product, once purchased, is non-existent.


They buy junk from overseas, and through insidious PR marketing, get glowing reviews at major web sites.

They're the prime example in the peripheral industry, of how a company with a mediocre product, but who tells the most lies, comes out on top, just like Microsoft did in the software industry.
I like my Boom 2 speakers.
 
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dantastic

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Jan 21, 2011
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I have a Megaboom and I freaking love it. It has taken some amount of abuse and it still produces excellent sound.
I have several friends with Megabooms as well and we often use the party-up feature. I seriously couldn't think of a better speaker on the market at the moment. They get glowing reviews because they are awesome.
"Ultimate Ears....
Do you want to elaborate a bit on your butthurt or is this just one of those "Don't ask me how I feel today" facebook posts.
 
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Micool1

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Aug 4, 2014
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"Ultimate Ears", also known as Logitech, is the most dishonest tech company in the business. Support for a product, once purchased, is non-existent.


They buy junk from overseas, and through insidious PR marketing, get glowing reviews at major web sites.

They're the prime example in the peripheral industry, of how a company with a mediocre product, but who tells the most lies, comes out on top, just like Microsoft did in the software industry.
I have a Boom 2 speaker and it's the best speaker I have ever owned. Don't know what you're on about.
 
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