New Basslet Helps You Really Enjoy the Bass in Your Music
Wearable Subwoofer on Your Wrist
We humans like our music, don’t we? We like to carry it with us. From Walkman to iPods, we come up with new mediums of portable music every few years. But how do we make music as immersive as a 3D film? What if I told you that now you can submerge in the world of music and feel every beat, quite literally, as if you are in a concert?
Built by a Berlin-based startup, Lofelt, the co-founders Daniel Büttner and Gwydion ap Dafydd, claim that this piece of technology will help take the music experience to the next level.
When you wear a Basslet on your wrist while listening to music, it picks up the low frequencies of that music and vibrates in perfect harmony with the beats and bass to give you a truly immersive concert-like experience. It’s a subwoofer for your body.
Basslet uses a small vibration motor that sends the feel all over your body. Musicians in loud concerts can use this to monitor music and be in perfect sync with each other. While in a recording studio, it can help in perfectly synchronizing the recording. Apart from this, it is a great device for general use. Today, we carry our music to gyms, travel and offices. Basslet, with its silent motor, can reproduce bass waves ranging from 10-250 Hz and make you feel each beat. While gaming too, it can enhance the audio environment, thus putting you right in the middle of the action. It can run for six straight hours.
The makers have just started a Kickstarter campaign today with an expectation of €50,000. The campaign is already so successful that with 32 days more to go, they already have secured a funding of €62,282 from more than 500 backers. The company has promised each backer a Basslet at 50% discount which is expected to ship out in December 2016.
- Basslet is your wearable subwoofer system that helps you feel the music bass all over your body.
- It can reproduce bass waves ranging from 10-250 Hz.
- It has already secured a funding of €62,282 over the expected €50,000 from more than 500 backers on Kickstarter.