AirTurn Upgrades, Renames Popular Wireless, Hands-Free Controllers and Universal Tablet Holder at NAMM 2015

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Press Release:  AirTurn, the manufacturer of wireless, hands-free controllers for tablets and computers, has upgraded the MANOS Mount for mobile devices, renamed its family of Bluetooth pedal board controllers and created new packaging for a better customer experience.

 Upgrade News

AirTurn has added a new adjustable T-Knob to its sturdy and popular MANOS Universal Mount tablet holder for easier pivoting control, stability and heavier loads.  Artists and speakers attach their digital tablets and other mobile devices to the MANOS Mount for quick access to notes, setlists, scores and more.

 New Product Names

AirTurn’s two-pedal system for basic page turns and simple media triggers is now called DUO.  Its four-pedal unit for extended controls like setlist navigation and multi-effects control, is named QUAD.  For musicians who want the option of foot controls and to move around the stage while controlling their mobile devices can do so with the newly named DIGIT/BT-106.  For a more compact option, AirTurn’s STOMPKIT is controlled with two Boss FS-5U foot switches.  It is used in environments where there is a lot of floor vibration from sub-woofers, amplifiers or other loud sound makers.

 Pricing for the MANOS Universal Tablet Mount is $49.00 and is available now at the AirTurn Store.  AirTurn’s Bluetooth Pedals are all available here.

 Founded in 2008 in Boulder, CO, AirTurn, Inc. develops tools to enhance presentation and performance.  Musicians world-wide use AirTurn products to manage effects, back tracks, metronomes, and turn digital sheet music pages hands-free.

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