Make a Splash This Labor Day with Pyle’s New Waterproof SurfSound-TALK Bluetooth Speaker and Handset

By on Sep 2, 2013 at 4:59 pm

SurfSound-TALKPyle Audio, manufacturers of outdoor recreational sports gear and home, car and pro audio equipment, introduces the SurfSound-TALK . A lightweight, user-friendly Bluetooth speaker/handset, offering high end cellphone performance in a portable, waterproof audio device. SurfSound-TALK users can connect and stream music, as well as take private phone calls with its waterproof handset. It’s available for $64.99 at

The innovative SurfSound-TALK meets IP-47 construction standards making it waterproof and dustproof, and includes a rechargeable battery which delivers up to 8 hours of continuous music or talk time. Its convenient telephone options allow users to answer calls with a handset or speaker phone using Bluetooth connectivity from your smartphone. Pyle allows users to keep their phone at a safe distance from the water, enabling volume control and song selection directly from the SurfSound-Talk. And compatibility with all Bluetooth devices provides the ultimate music playing experience from any MP3 Player, smartphone or tablet.

“Our new SurfSound-TALK product is the ultimate summer ‘convenience,’” says Abe Brach, President of Pyle Audio. “This innovative speaker/handset is perfect for the active consumer who wants to stay connected in any location – whether wet or dry. And unlike other Bluetooth speakers, users are able to use the portable handset for private conversations.”

Pyle’s SurfSound-TALK Features Include:

  • Hands-free calling with built in microphone or a handset for private conversations
  • One full charge lasts up to 8 hours
  • Small and durable design make it easy to take almost anywhere
  • Included metal carabiner design lets you clip it onto your belt, jeans or backpack
  • Available in blue, white or black

The SurfSound-TALK Bluetooth speaker and handset is available in white, black or blue for $64.99 at


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