The SubPac M2

Mar 4, 2016

Category: Tech

Love that big thumping bass that you get at concerts and clubs but don’t want to turn the whole block into your mortal enemy? Not quite a speaker, not quite a backpack, the SubPac M2 bring those booming vibrations right to you without making any noise.

This piece of tech essentially lets you step into whatever song or audio experience you want, completely enhancing video-gaming, audio editing, or your favorite record. The pack uses proprietary tactile transducers and vibrotactile membranes to transfer the bass and thump vibrations you can feel throughout your body. This new age piece of audio equipment includes a 3.5mm jack, a 4.0 bluetooth system, and can can retain a charge for upwards of 6 hours. Pick up yourself one of these packs for $400. [Purchase]

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