If you listen to music from iPhone’s speakers, chances are that you thought the volume was never loud enough. Even when it was turned on to maximum.

Someone has a solution to this problem we all face. iPhone’s speakers located at the bottom are great but they’re not “great” enough at times. And not everyone likes a “speaker dock” solution. Which is why the mik Sound Case for iPhone sounds very interesting.

The mik Sound Case for iPhone is a functional silicone case for the iPhone – compatible with 5s, 5, 4s and 4 – with “patent-pending” tech behind it. The ingenius design of the case captures all sound emanating from the speaker and puts it through the back of the case. All sound escaping is captured, gathered and relayed from the back of the case that’s designed like a speaker frame.

mik Sound case for iPhone

Sounds very basic right? Watch the video to check out how much the amplification really is:

As a silicone case, reviewers tell us that the product does pretty good. It’s one of those normal silicone cases that protect your iPhone 5s/5 and 4s/4 against dust, scratches, accidental bumps and sometimes even falls. A raised lip prevents the iPhone from hurting the screen when it falls flat on its face.

If you like the music a little louder but are not in a mood to pick a costly USB speaker (or a costlier speaker dock), this could probably be the best thing you buy from Amazon this week.

mik Sound iPhone case

The interior of the case shows how the amplification works: it’s not really an amplification but a channelling of sorts. The stereo output from the speakers at the bottom is channeled by the design of the case. If you look at the interior, you find that the speaker is covered – unlike 99.9% of the cases – and there’s a cut-way leading to the opening on the back of the case. This is where the sound comes out from, amplified because it’s channeled.

The mik Sound Case for iPhone costs $19.99 (I expect the prices to go down later). There are a few color options too.

The case is compatible with iPhone 5s/5 and 4s/4. You can check out all about them here.