The Amplify converts your favorite headphones into wireless ones

    Don't throw out your old headphones just yet! Make them wireless.

    Everybody has their favorite pair of headphones, whether they’re on-ear, in-ear, or over-the-ear. We spent a fair amount of money on them and we love them. The only problem? We’d like the freedom that comes with being wireless.

    Instead of throwing out, or replacing your headphones in favor of something new, consider the amplify Hi-Fi Wireless Headphone Amplifier.

    Available in the AndroidGuys Deals Store, the amplify is an accessory that lets you plug in your old headphones to make them wireless. Not only that, but it makes it so that you can support the latest in audio codecs, including LDAC, aptX HD, aptX, aptX Low Latency, AAC and SBC. Those favorite headphones will sound even better.

    • Enjoy Hi-Fi audio via Bluetooth wi/ AAC, aptX, aptX HD, aptX LL & LDAC
    • Enhanced performance featuring 768KHz/32bit DAC w/ Amplifier
    • Make calls & remotely control your music
    • Keep your music going all day w/ 12-hour battery


    Normally priced $89, you can purchase your amplify for just $71 in the AndroidGuys Deals Store. And, for a limited time, you can enter promo code MerrySave15 at checkout and receive an additional 15% discount. That puts it at just $60.35 for a short time!

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