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Bassjump portable subwoofer reviewed, matches MacBooks

Do you use your MacBook as a stereo, DVD player, and media player?  For most of us that is what it has become.  With The Bassjump, a USB powered subwoofer, you can enjoy your sound as it should be heard, loud and full of bass.

Our friends at Yankdesign have gotten their hands on the Bassjump.  Overall they like it alot, for only $80 it’s a steal but they “wouldn’t mind if it were a bit punchier and more powerful.”

Bassjump connects by a USB, features a sleek design that matches the new unibody aluminum MacBooks.  The guts are a 77mm subwoofer speaker  at a frequency range of -6dB at 50Hz-20kHz and a signal to noise ratio of 80dB that enhances the mid and low frequencies to make the sounds deeper and richer.  It is compatible with MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air.  And although it does not make your music louder, it does enhance whatever it is that you are playing.

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