Three ways to upgrade your mobile audio, and more [Week’s Best Deals]


This week's best deals include three top shelf audio upgrades and lessons in one of the office's most-used applications.
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Here’s hoping everybody’s summer is rolling along nicely. This week at the Cult of Mac Store, we’ve got three personal audio upgrades that can help dial in the summer vibes. Because some people are still thinking about their work, we’ve also got a pair of courses in Excel. That’s a skill that looks good on any resume. Everything is available at a major discount – read on for more details:

Microsoft Office Specialist Excel Certification Bundle
This pair of lessons will teach you the basic and advanced features of Excel, one of the most used professional applications.
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Microsoft Excel Specialist Certification Bundle – 99% off

Excel is one of the most widely used applications in business today. Whatever your field, mastering spreadsheets and their many functions is a valuable and marketable set of skills. This pair of courses is broken into two halves, which span more than 70 lectures. In the beginners course, you’ll cover the basics of cells, functions, and formulas. In the more advanced course, you’ll cover how to manage workbooks, track changes, troubleshoot, and automate repetitive tasks.

Buy now: Get the Microsoft Excel Specialist Certification Bundle for $19. That’s a massive 99 percent off the usual price.

CoM - FRESHeBUDS Pro Magnetic Bluetooth Earbuds
Weather-assistance and great sound quality make these earbuds an ideal choice for Summer.
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FRESHeBUDS Pro Magnetic Bluetooth Earbuds – 75% off

Summer means being outside as much as possible. That also means it’s a good time to fit your ears with a good set of earbuds. The latest Pro version of FRESHeBUDS are a great option for summer fun. Some of its neat features include water and sweat resistance, 6 hours of play, and a magnetic link for easy carrying. The battery will charge up in about 90 minutes, and connects via Bluetooth as soon as the magnets are pulled apart. On top of all that, they sound surprisingly great.

Buy now: Get a set of FRESHeBUDS Pro Magnetic Bluetooth Earbuds for $29.95, that’s a 75 percent discount.

Boom 3D for Mac
This app manages to squeeze better sound out of your Mac’s on-board speakers.
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Boom 3D for Mac – 41% off

When it comes to personal audio, the speakers on our Macbooks can get the job done. But all of us would love it if our most handy music machine sounded even better. That’s exactly what Boom 3D manages to do. It’s a system-wide volume booster and equalizer that creates a virtual surround effect and a broader dynamic range. Whether for music, movies, lectures, games, it works on all Mac apps. It’s easy enough for the non-audiophile to use, but also sports advanced features like a 10-band equalizer.

Buy now: Get Boom 3D for Mac for $9.99, that’s a 41 percent discount.

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This Bluetooth boombox is built to travel, with a durable design and long battery life.
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G-BOOM Wireless Bluetooth Boombox – 25% off

G-BOOM is bringing the boombox back, built tough and with a bunch of modern features. Its rugged, portable design makes it great for frequent travel. With onboard playback controls, it sports two full-range drivers and a tweeter, along with dual rear-firing bass ports and MAXX AUDIO digital sound processing for optimized bass. It’ll connect via Bluetooth or through a standard headphone jack. Plus, the rechargeable battery will last up to 7 hours of play on a single charge.

Buy now: Pick up a G-BOOM Wireless Bluetooth Boombox for $74.99, that’s 25 percent off the usual price.


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