FourFourFourTwo Ammeter clamp meters are now available in the Ammeter app for iOS and Android devices, allowing you to adjust the volume of your music library on your device using a simple tap of the screen.
The Ammeter clamps are a handy tool that lets you adjust the volumes of your songs, podcasts, music videos and audio files in an intuitive manner, and are currently available in two models.
The first, the Ampeel Clamp, is a standard audio clamp that works in a similar way to the Apple CarPlay, but is available with a more streamlined user interface and the ability to adjust volume.
The second is the Amped Clamp.
This one has a few changes over the standard clamps, but it’s still a standard clamp, and you can use it as a music player.
To use the clamps as a player, you just have to slide the screen up and down to adjust how loud you want to play.
You can use the buttons on the side of the clamp to toggle between “Low” and “High”, which will let you change the volume to your liking.
If you have trouble adjusting the volume, you can also click on the volume slider on the top of the app and adjust the settings as necessary.
You’ll be able to adjust this by going to Settings and tapping on “Volume”.
Once you’ve adjusted the volume for your music, you’ll have to select it to play it, and it’ll be displayed as a bar in the top right of the music player, along with the song you want playing.
The default settings will work, but the clams can be adjusted by dragging the slider up or down from the default setting, and can be easily adjusted to suit your taste.
The best part is, you don’t need to be in a studio to use this.
The clamps will work in any environment, and the settings can be accessed by tapping on the slider and selecting “Settings”.
Ammeter clams are currently only available for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and iPod touch Pro, but they’re also available in a few other smart speaker brands like Apple, Philips, Polk, Soundcraft and Tascam.
You may want to check out our handy guides to the best smart speaker for 2017 to see if you can find a suitable device to fit your needs.