Iwow 3D SRS Lab is an awesome way to turn a not so good pair of headphones into a great sounding set of headphones. If you have a great set of headphones it’s like being live in concert. Iwow can be used with iPhone, iPad, and ipod. This adapter doesn't use the headphone jack. It plugs in to the 30 pin connector of the idevice. I have used iWow 3D for several weeks now and listened to all types of music including Rock, Country, Gospel, and Rap. I didn’t find any music that didn’t sound better. This iwow makes any kind of music sound awesome.
In my previous review thread on the Sonos Play:3, I covered unbox and setup minutiae. In this wrap-up post I'll cover setting up dual Play:3 speakers in a left/right configuration, the new Sonos iOS control app, and consider the strengths (and a few weaknesses) of the new wireless speaker system!
The Sonos Play:3 is a compact wireless speaker that packs a sonic punch, can be controlled from your iPhone/iPad or Android device, but does oh so much more! As part of a larger wireless system, you can push your fav music, internet audio streams to multiple rooms (aptly named "party mode"). In this post, I'll detail configuration and setup of the new Play:3
Gestures are the big thing these days, with Apple's new operating system for the Mac relying heavily on them. Glissando ($0.99) is a new app that lets you control music playback with gestures. The app emphasizes simplicity with a set of intuitive gestures that allows you to play and pause, skip tracks, fast forward, rewind, and more — without glancing at the screen. For example, you can toggle pause and playback by simply tapping anywhere on the screen. Or swipe to the left or right to listen to the next or previous track.