Bluewave - wireless hi-fi, headphone amplifier, bluetooth audio adapter
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GET is the first truly portable 24-bit wireless headphone amplifier.

 

With its compact, elegant design and powerful amplification, GET is the perfect solution for music lovers wanting to use their wired headphones with the recent jack-less smartphones from Apple and others and enjoy both the benefits of high quality sound and the practicality of wireless.

GET brings a solution that is the best of both worlds. It’s small, light and will drive any headphones beautifully, wirelessly.

 

Our Guarantee

Your headphones will sound better plugged into GET than plugged directly in your phone.

Don’t take our word for it. Experience it yourself. GET brings your music to life. This is true with any wired headphones and any music files. If you don’t find that there is a noticeable benefit with GET, return it for a full refund. That’s how confident we are with our product.

Using GET is super easy

Plug-in your headphones to GET and pair it to your smartphone via Bluetooth.

Once paired, you can enjoy music with the highest level of clarity, answer phone calls thanks to the integrated high quality MEMS microphone, control your music with the play/pause/shuffle buttons and adjust volume without ever having to handle your phone.

Headphones, just like speakers, need to be driven, so there’s a (tiny) amplifier in every smartphone but it’s not powerful enough to properly drive your headphones. You may not realize it, but you’ve probably never heard the full potential of your beloved cans.

GET can also turn any home sound system into a high performance wireless audio platform.

GET supports all existing codecs for Bluetooth transmission, including AAC, AptX and 24-bit AptX-HD. It also supports EDR (Enhanced Data Rate). Forget what you know or heard so far with basic Bluetooth devices, this is just in another league.

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