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 Making desktop speakers sing

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PostSubject: Making desktop speakers sing   Making desktop speakers sing Icon_minitimeWed Apr 22, 2009 2:38 am

I've been working on a few of the Universal Enhancement profiles that are going to be shipped with the iTunes DPS plugin. There is one for larger home entertainment systems, one for desktop computer speakers with a subwoofer on the floor and one for clock-radio sized speakers with no sub. WOW! They are kicking ass. Forget getting a new entertainment system! Just get a $30 set of Logitech desktop speakers or even an old boombox and hook your Mac up to it. With the DPS engaged you will think you just dropped $300 on a system! Cool There is no crazy protection circuit in these external devices so the DPS is free to get the very most out of these smaller speakers. You will be amazed!

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