Roswell Marine Audio Announces Debut of Cybox

Roswell Marine Audio Announces Debut of Cybox

Roswell Marine Audio, a division of Roswell Wake-Air, announced the debut of their new Cybox Bluetooth Interface. Now anyone can enjoy the same functionality, quality, and convenience of an in-home wireless audio system, in their boat.

“It just takes minutes to hook up and it works perfectly” says Travis Moye, founder of The Boarding School and Pro-Tour driver. Simply power the Cybox and connect the outputs directly to your amplifiers. The Cybox supports aptX®, A2DP, and AVRCP profiles allowing the device to retain full integrity of the original digital audio files and is optimized for instant real-time audio streaming. With a built-in line driver, the Cybox produces a line-level output voltage that allows it to function as a standalone unit for your amplifiers to achieve their optimal output. This eliminates the need for raising the gain settings to levels sometimes producing unwanted electrical noise.

“I was instantly pumped on the new Roswell Cybox! Ever since I first saw the prototype on display last year at Surf Expo, I have been begging for one,” boasted Moye, “I’ll never have another boat without it again.”

Roswell Wake-Air started over a decade ago in 1998 when founder Robert Oswell re-designed an existing extended pylon pushing the limits of technology. Since then, innovation, technology, and quality have been at the heart of the company’s pursuit of excellence. In 2008, Roswell Marine Audio was created and became a global provider of marine audio and accessories. It is their drive and commitment to designing, developing, and manufacturing the highest quality wake products that pushes the team put in countless hours at the office, on the road, and out on the water to make wakeboarding and everyone’s on-water experience better on every continent.