4 ways the Voice One can improve your World Cup experience
Love it or hate it, the World Cup is here again! Wall charts are going up, faces are being painted, and plastic flag sales are climbing….along with our expectations.
Although we can’t guarantee your team will do well in this summer’s World Cup, (please, just win a game!), you can be certain that the Voice One from KitSound will make your World Cup experience even better.
Whether sneaking away to the lounge to check the scores, or surrounded by your friends glued to the big screen. There are plenty of great ways Alexa can be your ideal companion at this summer’s World Cup.
Best of all, with amazing sound quality and multi-room connectivity, the Voice One will bring all the excitement of the fans straight into your home…
1 – The sounds of the stadium
The Voice One delivers a unique and immersive 360 degree listening experience. This is perfect for watching the big game, especially if you get the chance to utilise multi-room connectivity. Connect up to eight Voice One speakers together wirelessly. So you won’t miss the action if you are sent to fetch something from the fridge!
2 – Alexa knows the score
One of the best things about the Voice One is that it comes with hands-free access to Amazon Alexa!
Even when you have promised your better half a night off from the never-ending football. Sometimes you just can’t help knowing the latest from pitch-side. With the Voice One you can check the latest scores and fixtures with just a quick question to Alexa.
3 – For control freaks
Sometimes the football action gets so intense, you don’t even want to turn your head away for a second. Fortunately the Voice One comes with left/right stereo pairing and its own remote control. So now you can easily crank up the volume, as well as the tension.
4 – Comfort eating
Let’s face it; you would rather starve than leave the house when the match is on. With Alexa you can order in your favourite pre-match snack and get it delivered to your doorstep with one command. “Alexa, ask Domino’s to feed me”. It’s really that simple.