Go farther.

Today we're pleased to introduce the Go Box Rover, a secure, robust, dependable wireless version of our popular Go Box 4.

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The Rover connects to its companion, the Lander, using an ISM packet radio which requires no license, pairing, or setup of any kind, and which has better range, higher reliability, and dramatically lower latency than wi-fi or Bluetooth.

The Rover has an internal 1200 mAh Lithium Ion Polymer battery which lasts all day; around 12 hours or more. It charges using a micro USB connector, the same kind found on most cell phones. You can plug it to a USB port on a computer, a cell phone charger, or any other USB power supply. In standby mode, the Rover's battery lasts for weeks.

The Lander has a small OLED display, inset to stop it from throwing light all over the place, which shows the Rover's battery voltage, signal strength, and button-press indicators for the Rover. It connects to your Mac over USB and sends regular USB-MIDI messages, just like a wired Go Box.

Both the Rover and the Lander use the same tough die-cast aluminum shells as the Go Box 4 and Go Box 6, powder coated in a lovely cosmic purple sparkle.

The Go Box Rover is available for pre-order starting today, and will ship by mid October.

Order your Go Box Rover here.

Posted on September 28, 2017 .

Drafty Speaker Symbols by Team Sound

We are pleased to announce a new partnership with Lumax Software to provide speaker symbol libraries to Drafty, the premiere online drafting environment.

Speaker libraries will be offered in a la carte sets organized by manufacturer, with prices ranging from $19.99 to $24.99. Libraries are a one time purchase, and stay with your account indefinitely. They're compatible with all of Drafty's nifty features like the Angle Calculator and Smart Dimensions tools.

Our symbols are crisp, manufacturer-accurate renderings with a level of precision and attention to detail you've come to expect from Team Sound.

Team Sound audio symbols will be available with Drafty 1.4 on May 25th at https://drafty-app.com

Posted on May 17, 2016 .

Go Boxes Around The World

We just received our first order from India, and I thought it would be fun to see a map of places that Go Boxes have been shipped...

Fifty nine cities in twelve countries. Not bad!

Posted on April 19, 2016 .

Introducing Go Box 1

Today we're proud to announce the newest and smallest member of the Go Box family: the Go Box 1.

The Go Box 1 is ideal for any situation where space is tight. Stage managers in front of their prompt books, multi-tasking operators sitting at the light console, and event producers who need to keep one thumb on the GO button while standing at the back of the tech booth will all appreciate the light weight, small form factor, and eyes-free operation of the Go Box 1.

An aluminum shell, professional USB connector, and one of our standard top-quality buttons provide solid performance for one million clicks and beyond, and the optional three meter Neutrik® locking USB cable guarantees a connection so you can keep your attention on your show where it belongs.

Order your Go Box 1 today.

Posted on February 23, 2016 .

Go Box 6 Revised

After a summer of tinkering and adjusting, we're proud to announce the revised Go Box 6.

The new model uses the same type of two-piece die-cast aluminum enclosure as the Go Box 4, powdercoated in a glossy, sparkly black. This type of enclosure has proven to be easier to assemble than the extruded aluminum enclosure we used earlier, and the walls of the enclosure are much thicker which increases durability and gives the Go Box a little more heft to help prevent it from sliding around on your desk.

We've also added soft blue LED indicators on the rear panel, next to the connectors, to give a positive confirmation that connection has been made to each computer. The LEDs are diffused and kept very dim to prevent unwanted attention, and they're placed on the rear of the unit to help minimize the number of bright glowing things in the operator's eyes.

Finally, the quality of the powdercoating, gloss finish, and silkscreening on this type of enclosure is quite superior to the old version.

Overall, we're really happy with this revision, and we think you will be too.

Posted on August 26, 2015 .