Griffin Technology will be showing off its new Twenty Digital Bluetooth amplifier at CES 2015. The Griffin Twenty is an elegantly designed amplifier that uses Bluetooth to stream audio from devices like smartphones or tablets. Twenty takes its name from the 20-watt channels it uses to drive non-powered speakers.
Twenty provides crisp, clean audio playback thru its high-end AAC/aptX streaming codec. The device also accepts wired connections to things like computers, tuners, turntables and other audio sources.
Setting up a Twenty is easy. Once you’ve got the amplifier and speakers hooked up, just pair the Twenty to your Bluetooth device and press play. Twenty features a simple one-button Quick Connect feature that makes it easy to connect to previously paired devices.
The Griffin Twenty will work great with any existing sound system. But, if you’re putting a new system together, you can use it with Griffin’s high-performance NHT SuperZero Passive Bookshelf Speakers and the Super 8 Powered Subwoofer that work seamlessly with the Twenty.
The Griffin Twenty is available for $149.99 at the Griffin Store. For a limited time, the company is offering a rebate when Twenty is purchased in conjunction with any NHT SuperZero speaker set.
To learn more about the Griffin Twenty, follow any of the links above or visit with the Griffin team during CES at Booth #4310, North Hall.