MyMac.com Podcast 300: Milestones and Memories

On June 30, 2010, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast


Listen to the show here!
We finally get to our 300th show! It’s a trip through the past as Guy talks about the long strange journey that led him to the MyMac.com podcast. Congratulatory messages from a whole bunch of people and we announce the winners of the 300th Podcast Contest! We get our first two callers on the Skype number (703-436-9501) and Gaz talks about sharing apps and folders on multiple devices and iTunes accounts.

Links:
iPhotoManager

The 300th MyMac.com podcast is OVER! Stay tuned for possibly more contests in the future but if you didn’t enter , you already missed this one. Thanks again to our fantastic sponsors.

MacAlly
Smile on my Mac
ProSoft Engineering
JoeSoft
NoodleSoft
Reggie Ashworth
Boinx Software
St Claire Software
Westone

Contact info: Gazmaz and Guy on Twitter, guy@mymac.com and gaz@mymac.com, feedback@mymac.com, or our Skype direct number 703-436-9501

Westone 2 True-Fit Earphones – Review

On February 17, 2010, in Headphones, Review, by John Nemerovski

Westone 2 True-Fit Earphones
Company: Westone
Price: $249
http://www.westone.com


Carrying case, inline volume control, 1/4″ plug adapter, and ten different speaker tips are included, plus a wax removal tool.

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Westone 3 True-fit Earphones – Review

On December 16, 2008, in Headphones, Review, by John Nemerovski

Westone 3 True-fit Earphones
Company: Westone

Price: $400
http://westone.com/personallistening

You’ll need an hour to determine the best tips for fit and comfort, from the ones provided with your new $400 Westone 3 premium audiophile-quality in-ear headphones. Add a couple of hours for testing different equalizer settings with your favorite genres of music, before choosing a universal equalizer that handles most music most of the time. I’m using “Acoustic” in my iPod, which delivers a pleasurable listening experience.

Then you’ll need another week or two to decide how to wear your Westone 3 superbuds, abbreviated here as W3. Ear cables hanging down, or looped behind the ears? Audio plug cable in front or rear of your body? Speaker driver snug or loose within your “ear bowl” space? Ear tips pressed in for maximum isolation, or a bit looser for additional comfort or ambient awareness?

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