CHICAGO - Gramovox is showing its cool Bluetooth speaker at NeoCon 2015, the big business interior design event opening today at Chicago's Merchandise Mart. 
exposition and conference. Founded in Chicago in 2013, Gramovox reimagines vintage audio design with modern technology and fuses classic and modern aesthetics in what it calls "timeless, high-quality pieces that allow you to stream nostalgia."
The Gramovox Bluetooth Gramophone, inspired by the sound and design of the horn speakers of the 1920s (specifically a Magnavox R3 gramophone) features a steel Scurve 
horn acoustically optimized to brilliantly amplify music generated from the walnut wood base, which is hand selected by master wood craftsmen in the Midwest, says Gramavox. The Bluetooth Gramophone is equipped with a custom printed circuit board with a Bluetooth 4.0 module, which streaming within a 
33 foot range.
Gramovox launched the Bluetooth Gramophone with a highly successful Kickstarter campaign that more than doubled its initial goal. Gramovox will be 
showcasing its audio products at booth #85062 on the eighth floor of the Merchandise Mart on through June 17th. 
“We are incredibly excited to share our one of a kind American nostalgia products at NeoCon,” said Pavan Bapu, CEO and co-founder of Gramovox. “This is the ideal convention for a pioneering design company like ours.” The company graduated from the 1871 startup incubator space and forged key retail partnerships that have rapidly increased the brand’s global exposure.
The Bluetooth Gramophone is now carried by all six Shinola retail stores across the United States.

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