Startup Launches Website So Anyone Can Host A Silent Disco

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Party Headphones of Ithaca, NY announced the launch of their new website allowing DJs and event production companies to host your own silent disco. According to Matt Reiners, Partner at Party Headphones, silent disco is a fast growing event concept that is now found at the world’s largest music festivals including Bonnaroo, Camp Bisco and Glastonbury.

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It's a hysterical way of doing live music and one of those things you have to experience yourself to fully appreciate

Party Headphones, a company in Cornell’s eLab Business Accelerator, announced the launch of a new website allowing DJs and production companies to host a silent disco. The Ithaca, New York based startup was launched last October by 3 undergraduate students at Cornell University.

A silent disco is a fast growing event concept that started in Europe 10 years ago. At these events, rather than playing music through a traditional speaker system, audio is broadcast directly to the ears of the audience using wireless headphones. “If you think it sounds ridiculous – it is,” says Matt Reiners, Partner at Party Headphones. “It’s a hysterical way of doing live music and one of those things you have to experience yourself to fully appreciate it.”

Since its arrival in the United States in 2007, silent disco has become an integral part of the nations largest music festivals including Bonnaroo, Camp Bisco and Warped Tour. Until now, however, it was either impossible or extremely expensive to host a silent disco, explained Reiners. “We’re aiming to improve the availability of wireless headphone technology by allowing anyone to easily rent silent disco headphones from our website.”

About Party Headphones

Party Headphones specializes in helping people host unforgettable silent disco events by providing professional quality wireless headphone systems. Silent disco headphones have personal volume control, dual channel transmission and an LED indicator light to show who is listening to which channel. Visit http://partyheadphones.com/host-your-own-silent-disco for more information on silent disco equipment and how to host a silent disco

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