| July 24, 2014 | No comment yet
Whenever I go camping, if I forget to bring my EU BOOM, I’m always trying to find ways to amplified the sound coming out of my iPad speakers so music can be heard over the noisy sounds of nature. I’ve discovered that, by placing my tablet plate in a metal pan, it redirects sound and makes it just a bit louder. While this “hack,” if you will, works, it isn’t the perfect solution since I eventually need that pan to cook something.
Seventy-year-old entrepreneur Vinod Goswami had a similar discover, but had the foresight to turn it into a profitable business. So, he developed the SlingAmp, which is a rolled steel stand that redirects and amplifies sound coming from your iPad so you can get that boost you need to hear music and movies just a little bit better.
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