Improving Sound Since 1998

Open M-F 9am-5pm EST


[read full article] PC Magazine: The Independent Guide to Technology

What do you do when you want to use your expensive, high-end headphones with your MP3 player, but you can't get enough volume out of them? The Boostaroo Revolution is a small, inexpensive headphone amplifier that significantly boosts your MP3 player's volume and provides two 3.5mm headphone outputs so you can share your audio bliss with a friend.

[read full article] Fortune Magazine: Headphones Sounds of Silence

"One way to overcome aircraft cabin noise is to make your music louder, and the Boostaroo amplifier obliges. Even better, it allows up to three people to share the stereo output from a single device, assuming they all have headphones. If you have two or three kids on a long car trip, you need this gizmo."

[read full article] Macworld: The Apple, Mac, iPod, and iPhone Expert

"The pocket-sized amplifier works with any device equipped with a headphone jack, and touts a decompression enhancer circuit."

[read full article] Lockergnome: Windows Fanatics

"The Boostaroo is a great and economical way to increase the volume of your own portable player through your headphones or mini-speaker."

[read full article] Sports Shooter: Last Minute Gifts for the Photographer that has Everything

"Ever wish your iPod, WalkMan or radio had a little more volume? Well if you want to piss off that couple from Kinosha staying in that room next door at Courtyard Marriott room this is the little gizmo for you."

[read full article] Audio Ideas Blog: Put Your iPod on Steroids

"In general the sound just came to life in a way that my iPod couldn't muster on its own. Transients had more snap, drums had more slam, mids had more presence and palpability and the overall result was much more involving music."

[read full article] Tech Mamas: Gadgets That Keep Your Boys Entertained

"This is a great tool for families with multiple kids who need to listen to the same movie on a laptop or portable DVD player with headphones. We had three headphones plugged in and all the boys were very happy. Better yet, it is also an amplifier which helped the kids hear over the roar of the airplane engines."

[read full article] Travel Insider: Road Warrior Resources

"The Boostaroo is compact, light, inexpensive, and simple to use - a great gadget to enhance your (and your friends') listening experience."

[read full article] SchwarzTech

"The Boostaroo Revolution is a great device for anyone who cares about audio, or wants to share the audio with their friends."

[read full article] Gizmodo: The Gadgets Weblog

Without Boostaroo, my own iPod sounded fine. I have some nice Ultimate Ears ear buds and they have kept me happy for almost two years now. However, once I plugged in the Boostaroo stick, I realized most of the music I was listening to had originally sounded like a truck backing over gravel.

[read full article] Power Your Portable Volume

Having problems hearing your PSP on that packed flight? Can't quite hear your puppy barking in Nintendogs? Need an iPod boost? UpBeat Audio is cookin' up a solution to your woes. The answer is the Boostaroo Revolution, a compact amplifier that adds a little oomph to the sound coming out of your headphones.

[read full article] Computer Times: Editors Choice Accessory

Boostaroo Revolution®, from Upbeat Audio, is a great device for anyone who is tired of the pathetic volume produced by laptop computers, MP3 players, DVD players and other portable devices. Many of us blame our headphones but they are not the culprit. Portable devices simply lack the power needed to drive your headphones to produce great multi-dimensional sound. In addition to low power, most portable devices only have outputs for one set of headphones.

[read full article] Delta Sky Magazine: Gadget on the Go

"You say you want a revolution?" The Beatles belted. Start your own on your iPod or laptop with a Boostaroo Revolution.

[read full article] GadgetMe: Because Your Life is Mobile

Just like the Boostaroo Revolution's brochure said, “You want more volume and better audio for your players. Now you can have it all and you can share it, too.” And for this little gadget, it isn't just hype.