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Cosmic Led combines the light bulb with the audio speaker

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September 11, 2013

Cosmic Led is a speaker and light bulb combined (Photo: Gizmag)

Cosmic Led is a speaker and light bulb combined (Photo: Gizmag)

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A new hybrid product by Belgium-based eTiger combines light and sound for those people who enjoy playing with atmosphere at home. Cosmic Led is a wireless-enabled product that combines an audio speaker with a light bulb. All it takes is plugging it into lamp or overhead ceiling rose connection.

Cosmic Led has been designed to use E27, E14, B22 or GU10 socket systems. Besides the 2-in-1 design, it can be controlled with mobile gadgets (smartphones, tablets, etc) that are enabled with Bluetooth, working well within a range of 10 meters (33 ft). The 7.6 Led offers a luminosity claimed to equals or beat a 60-W incandescent light bulb, and sound is put out at 11 W RMS.

The unit is also compatible and already included in eTiger’s wireless audio systems A1 Tribal, Beat A2 and A3 Vibe. The company also offers customization with glossy covers that come in eight different colors. With its 2.4 GHz radio frequency multi-directional remote control, the user can easily control the song or lighting level. To plug several Cosmic Leds, eTiger recommends the use of a wireless bridge.

Source: eTiger

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Antonio Pasolini Brazilian-Italian Antonio Pasolini graduated in journalism in Brazil before heading out to London for an MA in film and television studies. He fell in love with the city and spent 13 years there as a film reviewer before settling back in Brazil. Antonio's passion for green issues - and the outdoors - eventually got the best of him and since 2007 he's been writing about alternative energy, sustainability and new technology.   All articles by Antonio Pasolini
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The same "lumenosity"?

The light fixture's reflector is completely dark in their pictures. The parabolic reflector is there to create a parallel beam of light from a point source, which a filament is pretty close to being.

How is that the "same as a 60W"?

solutions4circuits
12th September, 2013 @ 12:05 pm PDT
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