Upbeat Audio T613-BNC Boostaroo for All Audio Application
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- 100% Increase In Audio Output
- ¿Separates Audio Signal Into Individual Stereo Channels To Drive 3 Separate Headsets Or Speakers
- Solves The Problem Of Low Volume From Personal Portables, Including Mp3 Players, Pocket Pcs, Laptops, Portable Dvd Players, Cd & Tape Players
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The Boostaroo is a unique portable pocket amplifier for personal audio devices and laptops. It solves the problem of low volume from personal portables, including Mp3 players, Pocket PC's, laptops, portable DVD Players, CD and tape players. In fact, most people can't hear music or soundtracks in a plane, train, bus, on the street, on a motorcycle or at the races without a Boostaroo!
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DirecTV then phased out the GenieGO and all DVR streaming is now done through the main DirecTV app; it mostly works fine, but now the volume is too low!
I tried all sorts of Android volume booster apps but they didn't work. So I added this Boostaroo, and voila, the sound is good again!
BTW I'm using some old rechargeable AA's in it that I had lying around and it's fine.
Just like having an amp at home, and an equalizer, or, an amp in your car, with an equalizer. I bought this unit for that specific function.
No device that I have ever used, makes it possible to get the bass the way this thing does. I bought the Muvo v100 and set the equalizer bars If you set your equalizer function bars the way I have them, the sound is astounding!!! I purchased the EMF free Tubes headphones from Amazon as well. I like the way the bass, compresses the rubber headphone tubes. Dude, try them, both, if you do not like em, return them.
When I first turned on the Boostaroo, then, set my EQ, I started laughing. :) Sounds so good, it's like a car sound system, with a big amp and
subs. I know, I have had lots of those. My home stereo with the 15 inch woofers can play this loud. But not without the cops getting called, lol.
My EQ settings for the Creative Muvo V100: From left to right, First bar, all the way up, next bar, all the way down, next bar, all the way down as well, next bar, up half way, next bar, up all the way. Bar frequencies from left to right. 60hz, up all the way, next, 250k, down all the way, next, 1k, down all the way, 4k up half way, 16k, up all the way.
Bass boost setting: ON
Clear songs with lots of bass sound good on these settings.
As good as the speaker that I built with 24 woofers and 16 tweeters in it. As good as the 6, 10 inch speakers that were in my car at one time, or the 2 dual voice 12's that I used to own. I have owned bass bins, including voice of the theater style, big horns, electrostatic speakers,
recording studio monitors, I have been in lots of clubs and to lots of concerts. People have heard better speakers and better equipment
than I have. Still, I live in an apartment now, and even in my previous homes, playing music as loud and with as much bass, as this set up has, even in a basement, will get the neighbors mad. I am not a salesman for these products, and this will probably last me for the
rest of my lifetime. If you want loud, and, hard hitting bass, then, mthis set-up, may be for you. Pretty LOUD!!! Lots of BASS!!!
I run my Galaxy Note 4 to my stock stereo AUX then through a 50W RMS Clarion mini amp to Focal components up front and Pioneer speakers in the back.. Despite having an additional amplifier, I still don't have much headroom when turning the music up loud due to the seemingly low level output of the Note 4. When I normally wanted to jam out, I'd have my volume on at least 40 out of 55max. Now with the Boostaro I'm getting the same loudness at about 25 out of 55max, so it's safe to say that it nearly doubled my volume output. But the best part is, the sound is clearer and more detailed than before, and uncolored from what I can tell. I read one review where a guy claimed that the Boostaro used audio enhancement and added reverb to the sound. Having read that review I kept an open ear to listen for it, but I can't say I can pick out additional reverb. Reason being, not everything has reverb.What I'm experiencing is the increased output of the sound as a whole - the improved clarity and body of the sound - which allows you to actually notice reverb that was buried in the mix before. So in the sound improvement department, this delivered and fit the bill perfectly for what I was looking for. 5 stars for function for the dollar.
I also want the manufacturer to make the casing and overall setup more concise while more versatile, and I think they could have a big hit on their hands...hope they're listening.
I've only had it a few days so I'm unsure of the battery life, but I'd like to have a version that is rechargeable via USB or AC and I can just leave it in my car and not worry about changing batteries. Also, you could make it so the unit turned on or off if it detected a bluetooth signal from the headunit or phone to increase battery life further and not have to flip a switch. I'd pay $15-20 more for a unit that did this...just sayin'.
I'm not sure who the market is for the 3 way splitter, but all I need in my car is a direct line from my phone to my AUX in, so it's unnecessary and cumbersome in my case, but perhaps it was intended for a niche I'm unaware of. It'd be cool to have a version that also had the input and an output on opposite sides or sharing the same side. For car use, having cords go in perpendicular directions makes for a bit of an awkward fit and routing wires, it'd be nice to be able to tuck it out of the way.
But my biggest gripe with the design is the attached cable. It didn't fit my phone with the case on, and it was also too short to reach my phone in the mount anyway so I had to buy an AUX extender cable. I'd rather have it come with a detachable cord and maybe bundle a couple options with it OR just no cords so you could use a cord specific for your own use. I'm pretty OCD about having wires tucked away, so keep that in mind when reading.
Why not make life easier and use Bluetooth audio instead you may ask? Because Bluetooth sound quality flat out sucks compared to hard wired AUX.