Apple OS Mavericks users that use the Twelve South BassJump Subwoofer for their tunes might be interested to know that a new software update has been rolled out this week to enhance the BassJump Subwoofer’s support for Apple’s latest OS X Mavericks operating system.
Twelve South explains that the new BassJump Sound System 2.5 software “blends the sound output of BassJump with the output of built-in MacBook speakers, adding bass for dramatically enhanced sound”.
The update also brings with it full headphone detection, together with a Retina-ready interface for Mac users to enjoy to compatible Apple hardware.
“Designed exclusively for MacBook, BassJump 2 is a sweet, one-of-a-kind, go anywhere, USB-powered subwoofer that turns your MacBook into a mini sound system. One single USB cable delivers power and sound. Custom software blends the music coming out of your built-in speakers with the sound output of the BassJump for dramatically enhanced audio performance.
BassJump 2 makes everything in your iTunes library sound better. Music, movies and games will have a fuller, richer sound with BassJump connected to your MacBook. Slip the pint-sized BassJump 2 and one USB cable into the included neoprene travel case and carry it wherever your MacBook goes for a better listening experience.”
The Twelve South BassJump Subwoofer is available to purchase online from the likes of Amazon for around $70
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