SoundClip Pumps Up iPhone Speakers

SoundClip Pumps Up iPhone Speakers

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Taryn Williford
Jan 23, 2009

The iPhone is a marvel of technological innovation. The iPhone takes pretty good pictures for a cell phone camera. The iPhone's touch-screen interface, with it's awesome scroll-y and zoom-y tricks, makes people finally believe that we're living in the future that the 21st century promised us as kids. So why do the speakers still suck? Lucky for you, somebody made something to try and fix it, the SoundClip...

This little audio-enhancing device has the power to increase your iPhone's sound by 10dB between 6kH and 20kHz, making it clearer, thanks to a little thing called a tuned conical deflection chamber.

Um... what?

Well, it "directs sound from the iPhone toward you to increase the clarity and volume for movies and music." The idea behind this is that the sound waves are reflected towards you, as opposed to away, bringing you closer and more involved with your phones sound.

And when you're not using it, just clip it onto your charge cable or another cable of your choice. Best of all, it's only $7.95 USD here. A way better option than carrying around separate speakers.

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