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3.3
17 September 2011

iTunes plug-in improves audio playback quality.

Grumpfff
27 June 2009

Most helpful

I bought V2 from MUPROMO Bundle in december '07. Than I upgraded. I changed My Macbooks à few times, then now, on my Bran,d new MBP 13' the plugin don't work anymore because of to many activations. I let a message on the web site (support section), and I get no answer. I anderstand that it's a feature againt piracy, but I have bought This software witch I can't use anymore. Then, as the devellopers come here sommetimes, can they tell me how I can reset the activation count to use the plugin I HAVE PAID FOR? The activation count is mentioned nowhere. A software that I can't use is nothing but useless bytes. Raymond //All apologies for my poor english, I'm french// Regards
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Version 3.1

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Skippingrock
04 November 2016
Awesome… and still can get it to work… with some fandangoing.
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Version 3.3
junk-22
04 November 2016
If like me the recent iTunes update only left your eyes for crying, try this semi-satisfying solution:

- Quit iTunes
- Find the iWow.plugin in Library/Audio/Plug-ins/HAL and trash it (authentication ensue)
- Put it again at the exact same place
- Launch iTunes. Voilà

Here's the catch: you'll have to do it each time you quit iTunes, so make a shortcut or a script. Worked for me with iWow.plugin 3.2 from July 2011 — iTunes 12.5.3.17 — MacOS Sierra.
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Version 3.3
1 answer(s)
Skippingrock
Skippingrock
04 November 2016
iTunes 12.5.3.17 works with iWOW 3.3.1 for me… eventually. This latest launch today it finally asked for my registration.
Maybe it is something about today… maybe this is the day that iWOW starts working again. :)

I'm afraid to quit iTunes again.
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gherbel
15 September 2016
Been using iWow since 2011...latest version of iTunes (12.5.1.21) finally killed it : ( OS 10.9.5. Have Boom 2 but can't use it need 10.10 or later. Any suggestions for a replacement?
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Version 3.3
1 answer(s)
Skippingrock
Skippingrock
04 November 2016
Boom 2 is nowhere near as good as this plug-in, and I found that it annoyingly interfered with a bunch of other things.
Sometimes I wish that iWOW could handle all sound from the Mac, but probably for the very reason that it is limited to iTunes is probably why it is still working after all of these years.
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Derekcurrie
27 July 2015
The current version is v3.3.1. It STILL works on the current beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan! Be sure to do a clean install of the app/plug-in then register. Excellent.
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Version 3.3
2 answer(s)
Majraddoc
Majraddoc
30 April 2016
how do you register the app? i downloaded it, using in demo mode, but can't purchase it
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Skippingrock
Skippingrock
04 November 2016
@Majraddoc You can't buy it anymore. The company no longer exists. So you would have had to have already purchased it.
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lcarsner
09 December 2014
Hasn't worked properly since downloading. Inconsistent sound levels, Sound that won't come out of the speakers I designate, sometimes no sound at all and it takes over my prefs so I can't change anything. Stay away!
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Version 3.3
TeRRyZx
30 June 2014
Now with Maverick this plugin is just DEAD. Is there a good replacement as this used to g=be just GREAT!!!!
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Version 3.3
3 answer(s)
Big Johnson
Big Johnson
20 September 2014
Have you tried completely uninstalling then re-installing? Sounds like there's something wrong with your installation.

iWow 3.3 has worked PERFECTLY for me on Mavericks, all the way through 10.9.5.

I'm currently listening to a podcast in iTunes 11.2.1 using iWow's headphones mode.
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TeRRyZx
TeRRyZx
21 September 2014
It's not Maverick. I think it was the iTunes updates. Even talked to the developer who has since sold the company and he said it is dead.
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Big Johnson
Big Johnson
12 August 2015
I had the same iTunes updates and they didn't cause any problems for me.

It may be dead, but I'm now using it in 10.4.4 without issues.
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Bixo
10 March 2013
DO NOT BUY! They limit the number of times you are allowed to re-install it. After having to perform a fresh system install and entering my serial number, I get the message. "Maximum number of activations exceeded."
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Version 3.3
Lvdoc
19 September 2012
Apparently, they now sell what's called "Audio Essentials," which appears to be a system-wide approach using an application that installs into the Applications folder. The problem is that the "demo" does not allow you to tinker with any of the settings. So, I have no way to know how this thing might actually sound. What's the point of that, exactly?
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Version 3.3
Aperfectme
06 August 2012
The software works well, but the support is terrible!!! I dont recommend it.
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Version 3.3
Revco
02 August 2012
Has this been killed off. Can't find it on the SRS site at all.
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Version 3.3
1 answer(s)
Aperfectme
Aperfectme
06 August 2012
I think so, the worst thing is that I have bought the license and is not working anymore.
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Rickysubero
07 December 2011
working great!!!!!! i can listen the diference!
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Version 3.3
Coolapic
18 November 2011
SRS iWOW is one of the best things I've ever had on my Mac, after a quick and super easy installation it really improves the sound quality to a level that your ears won't believe. Support is also top notch (though I needed their help only once as it's rock solid) ! I tried some other sound improvement software (like Hear) and must say that I reverted to SRS iWOW after just a few minutes. First, others do not support external audio hardware like my beloved Creative X-FI (sound christalyser). Second, others aren't as straightforward, too many settings may confuse even experienced users. And, like me, you may well experience problems with other software that use audio (Skype etc...) Bottom line : The few extra bucks you'll pay for SRS iWOW over Hear are well worth it ! As far as I'm concerned I highly recommend iWow, all my audiophiles friends say the same !
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Version 3.3
Afcgbbob
18 September 2011
At one time I thought that iWow was the best thing for audio refinement. But, it was limited to just iTunes. It did make the sound some what better through my desktop speakers but it just lacked the oomph that the sound needed. Then I came across a program called Hear made by Prosoft, makers of Drive Genius and decided to see if it would make a actual difference and to my shock my desk to speakers were sounding like high priced speakers and I was totally blown away. Not only was it tuned for iTunes but anything else that used audio and it could be totally customized to your taste. One day a friend came over while I was playing my iTunes and asked how I was getting that type of sound out of my speakers? I told him about hear and showed him the inter face and turned it on and off to show the difference. It was totally like night and day. As soon as I turned it of my sound went flat. Now just to let you know these were creative speakers that cost me $100. Now I have my Mac playing through my entertainment system and still use Hear 1.0.5. iWow, you were great tool prior to Hear but Hear blows you and any other sound enhancing tools out of the water. Hear even tell the user ti disable any sound utility you may be using before implementing Hear so you do not create a conflict. This is a combo review and comment comparing what was when and what is now. Hear is the technology of the future for sound on the Mac. It has a ton of presets for all sorts of categories just to get started and once you go over the manual you will learn how to tweak the setting or create your own. If iWow is to survive, it is going to need some major work if it expects to compete against Hear. It is a pity That Mr M. the editor at About this Particular Mac (atpm.com) will not let me join and bring life back to what is now a newsletter. End of Line...
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Version 3.3
1 answer(s)
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
19 September 2011
Hear is twice the price of SRS iWOW. I should hope it's better. But thanks for the tip - I'll give Hear a try.
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B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
18 September 2011
It now works in 64 bit iTunes in Lion. Which is more than I can say for some other iTunes add-ons, like G-Force.
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Version 3.3
1 answer(s)
Afcgbbob
Afcgbbob
18 September 2011
That is an unfair comparison since they do two totally different things. One is audio and the other is visual and it is not right to clump them together. but if you want to save time and agravation get Hear by Prosoft.
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Julsa1
12 August 2011
It's a shame that a software developer isn't capable of updating his software so that paid customers can enjoy it without hassel or worarounds. It, also a shame that they sill selling it while it isn't working. No more SRS software for me..... Use the itunes equalizer can do the job as well!
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Version 3.1.1
4 answer(s)
Pirx
Pirx
20 August 2011
For Hear and Digital Power Station also no Lion updates. Either it is difficult, or...?
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Julsa1
Julsa1
20 August 2011
Yes, but the dev. builds for Lion were long available. Developer should have anticipated on possible problems a long time ago instead of doing this after the public release of Lion (and it seems they did ) Remember this is paid software and they are still selling it although it isn't usable for the most of us. It's been 5 weeks now and still no update and they keep on saying a fixed version will be there soon for the same 5 weeks. By the way, the workaround wasn't even discovered bij SRS themselves... Looking at their facebook page shows that they are very busy with all kind of things, they should be busey with their incompatible software instead.... It's a shame.
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Mousee
Mousee
29 August 2011
As of 8/28 one can see that iWOW is currently not available for Mac.
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Julsa1
Julsa1
04 September 2011
Anyone who's still interested, seems that they finally decided not to wait for OSX 10.8 but released a compatible version (3.3) on their download site a few days ago (they didn't announced it on their site yet !) This version seems to solve the problems.
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Winslowjr
03 August 2011
@Dempson Thanks! iWOW 3.2 works for me in Snow Leopard with iTunes 10.4 too. Haven't transitioned to Lion... yet
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Version 3.1.1
David-Empson
01 August 2011
Version 3.2 is available, via check for update in iWOW. I haven't tried it on Lion, but it works on Snow Leopard with iTunes 10.4.
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Version 3.1.1
Big77
01 August 2011
iWOW 3.2 is out. You can download it here: http://downloads.srs-store.com/SRSiWOWMAC.dmg itunes 10.4 initially broke iWOW. 3.2 works fine on iTunes 10.4 on Snow Leopard. Haven't tried it on Lion.
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Version 3.1.1
2 answer(s)
Hurdil
Hurdil
09 August 2011
Thanks for the URL; installing over 3.1 fixed the problem with 10.4!
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Daniel-Alex-Finkelstein
Daniel-Alex-Finkelstein
26 September 2011
Anyone else having trouble with Genre Auto Detect in this release? Mine keeps reverting to "Blues."
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catman35
31 July 2011
open itunes in 32 bit mode and it works fine
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Version 3.1.1
4 answer(s)
catman35
catman35
31 July 2011
Meant to say I'm running lion also
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Daniel-Alex-Finkelstein
Daniel-Alex-Finkelstein
02 August 2011
Just a note (nearly implied by your comment): iTunes 10.4, which runs in 64-bit mode by default on Lion, will not load iWOW 3.2. Waiting for an update…
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catman35
catman35
02 August 2011
I'm running itunes 10.4 in 32-bit mode and it's loaded fine on mine i realise that iTunes runs in 64-bit mode by default but as a short term solution it can be changed
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Afcgbbob
Afcgbbob
18 September 2011
If you want something that works get Hear 1.0.5 and read my comment
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Jo-Spock
30 July 2011
Any chance we can get an updated version for Lion ? TIA ;)
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Version 3.1.1
1 answer(s)
Afcgbbob
Afcgbbob
18 September 2011
If you want something that works get Hear 1.0.5 and read my comment
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Eblynn2
30 July 2011
I have really enjoyed the enhanced music experience provided by SRR iWow Premium. My frustration came when Apple released iTunes 10.4 and Mac OS X Lion, and SRS did not have their software ready for these releases. I find it hard to think of any good reason for SRS not staying on top of this. Other software developers had their software updated before Lion was released. One feature I would like to see enhanced in this software is more presets. Since I cannot run the software now I cannot relate exactly how many or what the presets were but they definitely needed to be expanded.
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Version 3.1.1
2 answer(s)
Trashie
Trashie
30 July 2011
Yep very poor by them not have been watching developer releases and getting something ready. Pain as this is a great cheap way to make your music sound better.
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Afcgbbob
Afcgbbob
18 September 2011
If you want something that works get Hear 1.0.5 and read my comment
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JBX
25 July 2011
No Problems in OSX 10.7 Lion... just with latest iTunes 10.4. Had to downgrade to iTunes 10.3.1 now have iWow working fineage :)
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Version 3.1.1
Macbookpro
22 July 2011
According to their web site.... SRS iWOW™ for iTunes is temporarily experiencing issues with the latest iTunes and OS X Lion updates. The SRS engineering team is quickly addressing the problem and a fix will be available shortly.
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Version 3.1.1
1 answer(s)
Macbookpro
Macbookpro
22 July 2011
http://www.srslabs.com/store/store/comersus_viewItem.asp?idProduct=18 if you want to read it.
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Nico-G
21 July 2011
Yeah Iam pretty angry that this is not working with the new Itunes update, I dont know if thats itunes or SRS's fault but I hope it gets fixed soon cause having to uninstall and reinstall itunes is a pain in the butt!
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Version 3.1.1
3 answer(s)
21 July 2011
In this case it's Apple's fault. (in a good way though) iTunes is now written in Cocoa instead of old school Carbon.
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2shae
2shae
23 July 2011
iTunes is completely rewritten from Carbon into Cocoa. All plugins made for iTunes are broken by this change. It will probably take some time before the new iWOW will work again.
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Afcgbbob
Afcgbbob
18 September 2011
If you want something that works get Hear 1.0.5 and read my comment
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Povilas
21 July 2011
Doesn't work with iTunes 10.4. Please fix this.
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Version 3.1.1
1 answer(s)
Afcgbbob
Afcgbbob
18 September 2011
it will probably take some time before the new iWOW will work again
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Povilas
21 July 2011
Doesn't work with iTunes 10.4. Please fix this.
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Version 3.1.1
Povilas
21 July 2011
Doesn't work with iTunes 10.4. Please fix this.
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Version 3.1.1
Dtruett1
22 March 2011
Broken today. After installing 10.6.7, I get a system message that it's incompatible software
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Version 3.1.1
Big77
22 February 2011
Note about updates: Checking for updates is broken. It will tell you there are no updates when there really are. The only way I know to get the updates is to download the free trial, which is the full program. It will ask for a name and e-mail address but they are not verified -- I just give support@srslabs.com as my e-mail address :-) And don't believe their release notes either -- there are lots of versions and changes not listed there. Also, if you are getting an error on your console about an invalid iWow plugin in /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL then delete the iWow.plugin that's there, then run the latest iWow installer. Yes, they are sloppy, sloppy sloppy. But the program does work. Eventually.
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Version 3.1.1
Easer
27 November 2010
I have a license for Hijack, and I use it. It's a fine program. That being said, I didn't think iWow was nearly as bad as everyone's making it out to be. I do agree that the loss of saving your own presets is a problem. But overall, the sound quality has been good, and I can still customize it. (Again, can't save it; that is a drawback. I can't sing the praises of iWow, but I don't think it should be eternally damned, either.)
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Version 3.1.1
4 answer(s)
Mikael-B
Mikael-B
31 March 2011
Concrete is blatantly wrong about that you can save your own preset, called custom. I dare you to show how it'a custom preset can be saved on any mac system that can run iWow.
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Mikael-B
Mikael-B
02 April 2011
The "custom" setting does not stick! It's just a temp placement of user changes that can't be saved. Compare to how iTunes let you make your own presets from adjustments the user make to the factory presets. That's the way iWow should work. These limitations make iWow close to useless. Which is very strange as it creates a very nice sounds even on crappy gear.
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Mikael-B
Mikael-B
02 April 2011
What's even worse is that iWow even doesn't keep the adjustments made to a factory preset even between songs. So for every I have to remake th same changes. That is becoming very tiresome.
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Povilas
Povilas
26 June 2011
Doesn't work with iTunes 10.5 beta.
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Little-Nephew
10 August 2010
I'm with Maclover. When iWOW went belly-up I realized the phenomenal sound palette I had with Audio Hijack (in addition to everything else the app offers). Customize the effect parameters to YOUR ear and listening space, save your effects design, then hijack the audio. You don't have to use the record feature. You can tweak the audio very precisely.
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Version 3.1.1
1 answer(s)
Mikael-B
Mikael-B
31 March 2011
Nice idea.
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Leoofborg
10 August 2010
Funny, I dropped iWow long ago just for the reason of this bugfix. It would never load correctly on my MBP. Not missing it, really. Compared to the previous version the UI on this vers.3 one stinks. If I wanted Windows I'd run it. No difference between vers.2 and 3 other than new, ungainly UI. SRS: When you have a problem, fix it in a timely manner or lose users. Also, don't change a good thing. Take a lesson from the platform (MacOSX) you're trying to target. There's my grousing in the morning.
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Version 3.1.1
Pissnaround
10 August 2010
I have iWow 3.1.0 and the check updates function does not seem to find 3.1.1
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Version 3.1.1
oda
29 July 2010
Can't even open iTunes with this installed; iTunes crashes every time. I'm going to miss this plugin. Mac OS 10.6.4 64bit iTunes 9.2.1
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Version 3.1.0.255
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oda
oda
29 July 2010
and this includes the new version from 06/01/2010 3.1.1.255
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Version 3.1.0.255
Holypoly
Holypoly
10 August 2010
Versions 3.1.0. and 3.1.1 work fine here - iTunes 9.2.1 on Snowy 10.6.4.
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Version 3.1.1
Maclover1-1
30 June 2010
I had purchased this and it is not bad at all especially for crappy 128kbps mp3 or for rapidly enhancing terrible podcasts of even worse quality etc.. However now I found a much better solution.. I now use Audio Hijack Pro for any audio I want to "fix" and it accesses all my Pro Audio plugins and I got a few very good mastering ones and so on (and allows to configure any presets my little ears enjoy) so I can REALLY tweek my sound system-wide !!! Be it to enhance VLC, Quicktime, System, iTunes etc etc..
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Version 3.1.0.255
2 answer(s)
Spydersphere
Spydersphere
30 June 2010
Hi Maclover, Can you please explain a bit more about how you use Audio Hijack Pro and plugins to do what this app does? I was going to buy this application until I seen your comment. Thanks
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Version 3.1.0.255
Maclover1-1
Maclover1-1
02 July 2010
Audio Hijack does exactly that.. it "hijacks" sound from any application and routes it through whatever chain of plugins you set up in the "effects" grid.. since all Macs come with a bunch of audio plugins at the Quicktime system level and AudioHijack also has a few included you are all ready to go with many options right off the bat (you can save your own presets.. say make one for Browser/Youtube, one or many for iTunes etc etc.. You are completely in charge. (No shipped presets are ever perfect anyway when you buy something like SRSWow. so in my opinion I'm better off making my own...). Just try AudioHijack (or WiretapStudio which is a similar application) and you'll see it is pretty simple. Like I said if you own other enhancing VST/Components (there are load of free ones on the web.. (and some mighty good ones) you'll see them in your list along those from Apple and AudioHijack.. and have a very powerful "sound-fixing" system ;-) + you can record.. say you are listening to a podcast or whatever... and even set up timers for recording when you are not around.. Talk about sound freedom ;-)
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Version 3.1.0.255
me-98
29 June 2010
Why do they keep posting updates that are not updates, still the same old version!
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Version 3.1.0.255
markrfriedman
29 June 2010
Downloading from the manufacturer's site gives you the June 2009 version. Not a good sign.
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Version 3.5
me-98
29 June 2010
This 3.5 update does not seem to be an update. The link goes to the 3.1 version which is already the latest.
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Version 3.5
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Thomas-U
Thomas-U
29 June 2010
The internal update-checker of version 3.1 (inside "about ...") gives back: "No updates available at this time".
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Version 3.5
Chrisdpratt
02 April 2010
This plugin is basically useless. It basically just adds more bass; you could do as much with iTunes' built-in equalizer. Worse, the uninstall script included requires Rosetta, which has to be installed in you're running Snow Leopard. The idea of installing Rosetta just to install a stupid iTunes plug-in sickens me, but I may have to resort to it. I've searched my Mac for both "SRS" and "iWow" and the only result that is returned is the folder in Applications that only contains the aforementioned useless uninstall script. I also manually checked both the /Library/iTunes/iTunes Plugins and ~/Library/iTunes/iTunes Plugins folders and neither one contains anything related to this plug-in. It reminds me of the old days on Windows with sneaky spyware hiding in random places. My advice: stay away with a 10-foot pole. It's not worth the money or the hassle.
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Version 3.1
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Dspencer3491
Dspencer3491
06 May 2010
It's just an auto-equalizer, not all presets are centered around bass. It's more convenience. And you can push the presets harder then you could with iTunes equalizer
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Version 3.1
zo219
zo219
16 August 2010
It's in /Library/Audio/Plugins/HAL ... not that it's any damn good.
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Version 3.1.1
Mikael-B
Mikael-B
31 March 2011
It sure sound whole lot better with my crappy speakers than with just some EQ, indicating you're wrong about the details on what iWow does. Don't assume everyone have the same sound gear you do.
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Kitm
24 January 2010
The trial version of iWOW produced a pop-up window that would not go away (as reported elsewhere). I reported this twice to SRS via their web page without reaction. Eventually (I don't know why) iWOW burst into action - and indeed WOW! Terrific. The next day the pop-up reappeared and I had to force quit iTunes and de-install. Looking around, I then found Astound Sound. Better system wide implementation and I found all genres including large orchestral and chamber choirs astoundingly clear on both earphones and large speakers. Only Katie Melua doesn't respond to treatment because their is already a lot of reverb/echo and this gets confused. Finding this site convinced me not to go further with SRS.
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Version 3.1
Siddhartha
20 December 2009
I had purchased this software a few years ago. Then, an upgrade came out with special pricing, and I emailed multiple times without luck about a link for that pricing. I gave up-I thought the software was good when it worked, and I wanted to try it out again, but didn't want to pay full price again. I just tried again using their site, and I found that if you register, using the old email address that you initially purchased with, you get the link for the discount upgrade price. 5 minutes later, I'm enjoying the software again-it works well, and is dynamic, which is nice. I've been using the excellent Audio Hijack Pro, but the settings on that are not dynamic, and do not change based on the music played. I find these two pieces of software work well together, and I recommend them both
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Version 3.1
Michael-Wenyon
25 November 2009
Just another report of good customer service from MichaelG at SRS Labs: I needed help with an upgrade and he emailed me the solution straight back. As noted elsewhere, to use this with an Airport Express, I had to use Airfoil to capture the output from iTunes. After that, sounds great!
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Version 3.1
Doug-Matthews
19 November 2009
I've got ver. 3.1.0 running on my iMac with iTunes 9.0.2 on Snow Leopard 10.6.1 with no problems; sounds great and it's a big improvement on my 2.1 speaker setup. for all those who complain about SRS customer service, all I can say is I had great service and quick response when I emailed Michael (MichaelG at srslabs.com); I don't know them personally but SRS delivered what they promised and I have no problem recommending them to anyone.
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Version 3.1
Cschoolland
19 November 2009
The technology is oustanding. Even the presets for different speaker types (internal, external, headphone) are fabulous (though my iMac seems to fall somewhere in-between). This is a great investment for anyone wanting to automatically improve the quality of your digital audio and get the most out of your high kbps, without paying hundreds of dollars or more for a state-of-the-art sound system (or, in addition to, why not?). As for customer service, some have complained about the activation limitations with no customer support. After using iWow for years, I began experiencing activation issues today (I boot externally between two machines), contacted CS, and got a helpful reply TEN MINUTES LATER. They've got my support!
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Version 3.1
Nipolatusideromanoji
10 November 2009
SRS iWOWMAC 3.1 is disabled by the installer of Snow Leopard 10.6.2 as being incompatible. I hope, this time, there will be a free update to the next version. 3.1 dates back to June 25, 2009. Obviously, an update is needed. Was it this plug-in that was responsible for iTunes to freeze now and then when downloading podcasts? Maybe yes, maybe no.
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Version 3.1
Yesuaini99
01 November 2009
I've bought iWOW twice, both with the bundles, but every time something upgrades in Mac like iTunes, Snow Leopard, whatever, the iWow stops working and requires a upgrade purchase. Imaging if Microsoft Office is charged in a similar fashion to users, it would cost thousands of dollars. Therefore, my conclusion is that this app's average cost of ownership is more expensive than that of Microsoft Office and majority of other software because it requires endless upgrade purchases. The company takes every opportunity to draw your blood whenever a Mac OS update, iTunes update, version update, even security updates. It is so ridiculous. I would suggest everyone gather to boycott this company and make sure they have some kind of free upgrade policy clearly defined. I am not saying there should not be upgrade charges, but I am asking for a reasonable, fair, legitimate upgrade charge when warranted.
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Version 3.1
O5220803
26 October 2009
Sadly, IWOW does not work with iTunes 9 ,or Snow Leopard. Surprisingly, Volume Logic 1.7 is GREAT with IT9 and SL!
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Version 3.1
2 answer(s)
Aruwimi
Aruwimi
10 November 2009
"O5220803 Sadly, IWOW does not work with iTunes 9 ,or Snow Leopard. Surprisingly, Volume Logic 1.7 is GREAT with IT9 and SL! " Could someone explain to me what is that "...Volume Logic 1.7 is great...". I thought he latest version for Mac was 1.3.2 L (Leopard compatible) If true, where can we download it ? Thanks for any comment/reply.
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Version 3.1
Everybodyhateschris
Everybodyhateschris
09 December 2009
I am still using iTunes 8 with VL 1.3.2 on my OSX 10.4.11. Does anyone know if (a) iTunes 9 is compatible with VL 1.3.2 for Tiger users? (b) if an upgrade is available for VL and where to get it? - i've not heard of VL 1.7 I thought VL had stopped committing to Mac users. Thanks for your help.
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Version 3.1
Balthazar-B
26 September 2009
I'm pretty impressed with how iWow makes music richer and warmer, but I have a few large misgivings about the support behind the product. I downloaded the free two week trial of iWow to test it out. When you open iTunes an iWow window pops up asking for you to register it or you can click a Demo or Cancel button. The problem is that neither the Demo nor the Cancel button works. I have to force quit iTunes and then reopen iTunes and when the iWow window pops up it does actually work. I have to do this every time which is just ridiculous. I wrote to iWow's support right away about this and two weeks later I have had no response. The other day they posted a coupon code for iWow to their blog and I was willing to overlook this issue and buy it. The site asks you to login at checkout and I logged in with the login I had created when downloading the trial, however it didn't work. I even had it email me the password twice to be sure and tried to re-register with my email, but it said the address was already registered. It was at this point that I gave up. I really wanted to give them my money, but this is absolutely ridiculous.
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Michael @ Srs Labs
Michael @ Srs Labs
28 September 2009
I can help you out. Please send an email to macupdate at srslabs dot com and let me know the specific problem you are having. Hang in there, I will get this fixed for you, I promise.
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Version 3.1
Balthazar-B
26 September 2009
I'm pretty impressed with how iWow makes music richer and warmer, but I have a few large misgivings about the support behind the product. I downloaded the free two week trial of iWow to test it out. When you open iTunes an iWow window pops up asking for you to register it or you can click a Demo or Cancel button. The problem is that neither the Demo nor the Cancel button works. I have to force quit iTunes and then reopen iTunes and when the iWow window pops up it does actually work. I have to do this every time which is just ridiculous. I wrote to iWow's support right away about this and two weeks later I have had no response. The other day they posted a coupon code for iWow to their blog and I was willing to overlook this issue and buy it. The site asks you to login at checkout and I logged in with the login I had created when downloading the trial, however it didn't work. I even had it email me the password twice to be sure and tried to re-register with my email, but it said the address was already registered. It was at this point that I gave up. I really wanted to give them my money, but this is absolutely ridiculous.
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Version 3.1
Dtruett1
26 September 2009
As per my comments below, I tried to contact the developer twice through their links just to be able to download v.3 with no success. Then I tried to Email them with the Email address below and no answer. Today I get a promo for half off version 3. I've moved on to Hear. I haven't seen support (lack of) and non-response to customers this bad since Chronos had been for a couple of years. “FLORIDAPHILLIP I sent an e-mail to the developer (csonline@srslabs.com) and in less than 24 hours got a link to a new version that works with OS 10.6. iTunes works fine now. Good service. Good product.“
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Version 3.1