Wearable subwoofer lets listeners feels the bass
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Lovers of lives music and clubs know that bass is not just heard, it is felt. Hoping to bring that power to the home listening experience is the Basslet, a wearable subwoofer the size of a watch. Looking something like a simplified Casio watch, the Basslet, made by Lofelt, is worn on the wrist and connects wirelessly to a small sender. Listeners begin by plugging the sender between their headphones and their chosen audio device via the audio jack socket. Then, they simply listen to the music as usual and the Basslet amplifies the bass frequencies in the audio, sending…
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