Mac App Boom Makes Your Speakers Go Up To 11

Mac App Boom Makes Your Speakers Go Up To 11

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The sound booster Mac App called Boom will be releasing its Mountain Lion version on the Apple Store tomorrow. If you have ever wished you could raise the volume on your speakers higher than the maximum level that Apple allows (or to 11), you should check out the low-cost app...
Mac App Boom Makes Your Speakers Go Up To 11
                                       

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