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Wondering how to improve sound quality on your Mac without extra speakers? We’ve got one word for you: BassJump.
According to website TekReview, which performed an in-depth analysis of everything from battery life to side-by-side audio samples using BassJump and not, "...the beauty of the BassJump is that it can improve sound quality without the hassle, extra wires, and power cord required by external speakers. It’s easy to throw the BassJump in your bag to bring on vacation or business trips.Read More
While our BassJump has been around a while, it’s still being discovered daily by more and more music enthusiasts. The experts over at Futuremusic took it for a spin recently and went deep in their review.
"The Twelve South BassJump speaker is not intended to provide an audiophile experience, it is merely “turbo-charging a MacBook’s speakers,” as one tester commented. Thus, instead of lugging around a pair of decent external stereo speakers when traveling, the BassJump provides a very portable solution for sound enhancement. And it turned our doubtful staffers into believers.Read More
It is normally fine to update the BassJump software right over the older version, but sometimes you just want to clear the deck.
The quick way to uninstall BassJump SW is to right-click (or control-click) on the icon in System Preferences and select: 'Remove "BassJump Sound System" Preference Pane'. There is a more thorough manual way to do this as well. Here are the steps: First make sure the BassJump Menu item is inactive: Open BassJump Preferences Flip the back panel Uncheck the "Show BassJump in Menu Bar" checkbox Quit System Preferences Then, move these files to the trash: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL/bassJumpAudioBassPlugin.plugin /Library/PreferenePanes/BassJump.prefPane Reboot your Mac by restarting (or at least logging out then back in again). To download a fresh version of BassJump Software, visit here. For more info visit the BassJump page here.Read More
Every now and then, we get a great story from a satisfied customer that we just can’t wait to share.
Check this out: "Guys, I thought you should know this: 1. Placed an order on Friday 4/13/2012 at 5:15PM Sydney (Australia) local time. Received the BassJump 2 here on Monday 0/16/2012. That is freaking unbelievable. The fastest delivery ever. Working back to your South Carolina time (you are 14 hours behind), your staff acknowledged the order 4 hours later, i.e. as soon as they walked in the front door on Friday morning. I am amazed that DHL were so quick. Well done. By the way, the gadget is great. It's hooked to my 27" iMac. Best regards, Goran" Get your own ships-freakishly-fast BassJump here. Or heck, just get anything we make -- it all ships equally fast, for free in the USA, and for a great new flat rate to most other places. Including Australia.Read More
Not happy with your MacBook speakers? Sound a little flat don’t they? The Bassjump is a USB powered subwoofer that turns your MacBook into a sweet sound system. It looks like an aluminum Mac mini which perfectly compliments the new unibody aluminum MacBooks. Read the rest of the Yanko Design BassJump Review here. Learn more about BassJump from Twelve South here. Read More