For the audiophile out there, one thing that a lot of us compromise on when using our mobile phones with headphones is one thing, sound. Thanks to a new Kickstarter by the name of UAMP, the possibility of having more bass for that jamming song, or the HD quality sound you want when watching a movie is now enriched with this audio amplifier.
With a pledged goal of $150,000, the UAMP has already begun the process of development in order to make the sound quality in those standard earbuds of yours better. Wha UAMP does essentially is plug into your device that you want to play the music from, and then you plug your headphones into the UAMP.
If you are the type of person who uses the stock headphones included in your device, but you’d like a Beats or Sennheiser quality sound out of them without paying the premium, UAMP will supply you.
With the looks of an iPod Nano, size certainly does not matter. It’s compact and comfortable enough to go jogging, cycling, or even on your daily commutes. Add in the ten hour battery life, it’s safe to say portability and hi-end audio were the goals of the developers Bartosz & Joseph.
The UAMP supposed all iPhones, iPods & iPads. Also they support Android, Samsung as well as laptops, desktops and car stereos with AUX features.
To back this Kickstarter, it only takes $1 as of today, and the estimated price of the item is around $40. Estimated shipping for the AMP is July 2015.
We hope to have a full review of the item soon, but for more information, please view their Kickstarter.