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EarTop Technologies was an audio technology company that designed and manufactured wireless audio and video products.
Rahangdale was a freshman at Babson College’s entrepreneurship program when he started EarTop, but transferred to University of Miami to be closer to his business partners.  As of March 2012, the company had 14 in-house engineers. The company was formed after Rahangdale entered elevator-pitch and business plan competitions and raised $250,000 in angel funds.
Eartop never delivered on their kickstarter campaign and has gone out of business. No one from the company will comment further.
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