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(Pocket-lint) - London-based designer Paul Cocksedge has launched a Kickstarter campaign for his new "Vamp" product that adds wireless music-streaming capabilities to any speaker.

The Vamp hopes to add streaming to your older, but still powerful speakers, by playing music over Bluetooth. With pledges starting at £35 to receive a Vamp, it uses Bluetooth to receive sound from any device like smartphone, laptop or tablet.

The Vamp will adapt to whatever type of connections your speaker has. If a speaker has two terminals on the back, there is a plug in audio cable provided. For speakers with a wire coming out the back, The Vamp can attatch via two connectors on the back. The Vamp will provide a maximum of 95 decibels, but sadly, no stereo sound.

The Vamp can sit on a speaker thanks to an inner magnet, It has a 10-meter Bluetooth range and rechargeable battery that last 10+ hours, depending on the volume. In some cases battery life won't matter as it can recharge or have constant power by using any USB port or USB power adapter. 

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Cocksedge is hoping to gain £35,000 in funding to assist with manufacturing. At the time of this post, 626 backers have already funded £27,784 with 32 days to go. A £35 pledge will knock £10 off the MSRP and will provide you with either a red, white, or black version of The Vamp. A £55 pledge will get you a special-edition engraved with your name. 

When it ships in June 2013, The Vamp will come with a charge cable with line in and USB, 3.5mm audio jack with two wires and metal disc with adhesive foam pad. 

Writing by Jake Smith.