Just a week ago, I told you about my discontent over unimposing iPhone audio and Griffin pacified it with a great solution. Similarly, Ten One Design introduces this passive sound enhancer, dubbed SoundClip, for the iPhone 3G. It’s a conical deflection hollow that reflects the volume towards the user, accordingly makes it apparently louder and clearer. So, in a way, it’s not an amplifier but a sound-reflector promising a 10dB increase in volume between 6 kHz and 20 kHz. It connects to the dock connector ensuring you don’t cover the speaker area. This plastic widget helps one fasten the charge cable owing to its cord-gripping feature. Well, it’s available here for $8 only.