Feeling the base from music when wearing portable headphones is sometimes a little tricky. But one company based in France is hoping to change this and has created the BassMe wearable subwoofer. BassMe has been specifically designed to enable you to feel the base from music, movies and gaming. BassMe connects to your favourite Bluetooth headphones and is placed on your right shoulder. The subwoofer should be installed in the centre of the chest, at the sternum to use the ribcage as a soundboard. Watch the demonstration video below.
“Today, more and more entertainment content such as video games are consumed without sound system or via mobile devices. The problem is that when listening with earphones, you don’t get that full feeling. You don’t feel the sounds. Unfortunately, many listeners raise the volume to crazy high levels in an effort to get that “kick”, an emotional auditory we all want when playing games or listening to music. BassMe delivers the vibes exactly to where we like them, to the body.“
“Don’t just listen. Feel your music. With the power of a personal subwoofer on your chest, BassMe propels the sound into your heart the way it was intended to be experienced by combining a state-of-the-art sound wave and vibration system. This brings your senses a new dimension of an elevated auditory experience, immersing you in your music, movies and games.“
Kickstarter pledges are available from €119 for early bird backers with worldwide shipping expected to take place during November 2019. Earlier this year BassMe was showcased at CES 2019 and has been designed by music lovers looking to enhance their sound experience.