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SRS releases iWOW iPod adapter and iTunes plug-in

updated 07:00 pm EST, Wed December 10, 2008

SRS iWOW for iPod iTunes

SRS has unveiled several new audio products, the iWOW Adapter device for the iPod, and iWOW Premium software for iTunes. The company claims that the adapter expands the perceived soundstage when used with headphones or earphones, while also providing more natural sound with improved depth and clarity. The device attaches to any iPod with a 30-pin dock connector, including the iPod touch, Classic, Nano and more.

iWOW Premium allows a variety of preferences to be applied to iTunes tracks, with acoustic presets for rock, jazz, blues and country. The plug-in is claimed to offer enhancements similar to the iPod product.

The iWOW iPod adapter and iWOW Premium software carry a price of $80 and $50, respectively. Customers can purchase both together for $100.




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  1. stainboy

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    that explains...

    that explains why they haven't updated their SRS iWOW software in ages, and why they don't respond to support emails. because clearly their resources are tied up with coming out with new products. which ostensibly they won't follow up on either.

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