New Universal Recording App Released with Nighthawk Bluetooth Microphone Combo System

The Ear Phone Connection announced that its new Nighthawk Bluetooth Microphone Combo System will feature a universal recording app that will allow Apple and Android, users to wirelessly record high-quality audio at distances to 120 feet with full remote control capabilities.

VALENCIA, CA - The Ear Phone Connection, a developer of two-way radios audio accessories, today announced that its new Nighthawk Bluetooth Microphone Combo System will feature a universal recording app that will allow Apple and Android, users to wirelessly record high-quality audio at distances to 120 feet with full remote control capabilities.


The Nighthawk with recording app will debut at the 2013 International CES show (CES Booth LVH - 56016) January 8-13 in Las Vegas. The Nighthawk is the ideal tool for mobile consumers, power users as well as content developers and field personnel who need a Bluetooth earphone solution with high-quality wireless recording capability for their Apple and Android smartphones.

The app is available free for Apple products when purchasing the Nighthawk Microphone Combo System.

With the recording app and integrated start/stop recording function, the Nighthawk functions as a wireless interview microphone delivering consistent audio levels recording directly to the user's smartphone. Users can clip microphone to themselves, the interview subject, or capture any other audio and record audio to video on their smartphone from up to 120 feet away.

The audio level is consistent and of professional quality making the Nighthawk a perfect companion for conducting professional interviews, recording lectures, meetings, or taking simple voice memos. An integrated recording start/stop function lets users easily control recordings

"The clarity of our microphone and the ability to reduce ambient sound due to the directional microphone are great benefits to consumers and audio pros," said Ruben Scheimberg, Founder of the Ear Phone Connection. The Nighthawk offers a much more complete package because it is not just a headset but is also a multi-function wireless microphone, recording device and Bluetooth device controller.

Other Nighthawk functions in addition to the recording capabilities that give users an edge over competing solutions include:

-12 hour talk time, which is more than double that of most in-ear Bluetooth devices.
-Smartphone Bluetooth clip-on microphone with removable earpiece
-Push-to-talk (PTT) button for two-way radio communications
-In-car speaker kit
-MP3 player controller

The Nighthawk Bluetooth Microphone Combo System will be available beginning January 2013 with an MSRP of $124.99. The Nighthawk will be available at www.bluewi.org, through most online retailers and distributors.

Learn more about the Nighthawk by visiting www.bluewi.org, or call toll free 1-888-372-1888.

About The Ear Phone Connection, Inc.

For over 15 years, The Ear Phone Connection, Inc. has pioneered the development of cutting-edge two-way radio accessories. With successful brands such as: Tactical EarGadgets™ and BlueWi™, The Earphone Connection, Inc. has become a leading force in bringing innovative communication tools to the consumer and professional markets on an international level. Learn more at www.earphoneconnect.com.

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