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An elegant solution to iPhone’s sound volume

If you’re one of those Apple iPhone users that doesn’t seem to get enough decibels from your mobile phone, here’s a very elegant solution. It won’t even cost you an arm and a leg to get one.

An smart company called Ten One Design has created the equivalent of having to put your hand over the iPhone speaker just to redirect and concentrate the sound coming out from it. A tuned conical deflection chamber designed to make the audio from your iPhone clearer and also slightly louder. Sound waves are reflected toward you, instead of away, so you feel more involved in your game, movie, or music.

SoundClip is said to amplify the iPhone audio by 10dB between 6kH and 20kHz, resulting in a cleaner, more accurate response. Storaging the SoundClip is easily done by a cord-gripping feature that fastens the object to your charge cable during syncing and charging.


Gerry Ilagan

Gerry Ilagan is into mobile apps and WordPress development at @speeqs. He loves to write about electronics, the Internet of Things, mobile phones, and #crazyideas.

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