Guess what, John Wick 5 will be filmed back to back with..
Imagine listening to "Believer" by the Imagine Dragons or "Bahomian Rhapsody" by Queen-- Mic drop, everyone drops.
You know when the music is too good, you actually start to feel it. That hair-raising, eye-dilating moment when you know that this beat, it’s sick. In all honesty, music, in general, is definitely full of emotions, feelings. That’s why you can’t help but feel every beat or lyrics this track has. Good news, now you can literally feel it. Like in a physical sense.
Presenting, the SubPac M2x. A literal cross between a subwoofer and a backpack, Sub-Pack, duh-- kidding, this wasn’t disclosed by the company. Anyway back to this cool-looking device, it is made by a company called, SubPac, Inc, owned by StudioFeed. SubPac took listening to music to a whole new level-- “SUBPAC is a patented tactile audio platform that combines hardware, software and advanced materials to deliver deeply immersive and nuanced bass with far more resolution and range than traditional speakers and headphones.” According to their website.
BRING OUT THE BEAT
Let’s talk about features-- the SubPac M2x gives the total immersion with sound or music in a portable device. Compared to the SubPac S2 which stays strapped on your Seatback. It basically lets you feel the music, literally. It has 3 layers of immersion; Haptics, Interoception and Bone Conduction. It pierces through the bone, having this sensation of the music as if it’s within. It’s compatible with the following; Home Studio, VR, Gaming, Music, Phones/tablets and Bluetooth.
Subwoofers are speakers made to better cater low-pitched sounds or what we call bass.
So the next time you’re on a bus ride, at the window-side, listening to music. Feeling it, know that there’s a more next-level-experience that is available for $349.00 on their website, or around P18,000.