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Zero-gravity sound chair for sale: Available is a wonderful chair with added vibration transducers that make any music a full body experience. You feel the vibrations through the skin, not just in your ears. This is the equivalent of commercial sound chairs that cost $4000 (http://vibroacoustic.org/Tables/Sound%20Chair.htm) and I am selling mine for $1200 including the necessary power amplifier and one external volume control to adjust the vibration levels (music player...
Up for sale is a pair of Beyer T51p's in great condition with all original accessories and box. Price includes priority mail shipping in the USA and paypal fees.
I posted about a similar approach on this thread: http://www.head-fi.org/t/756810/full-body-headphone-sound-yes   Also, further down the thread are some links to other cushions you can buy that have vibration transducers in them including this new one (that even also has a wearable portable version): http://thesubpac.com/what-is-the-subpac/   The other two cushions are...
Up for sale is a pair of MartinLogan-Mikros-90-Reference-Headphones in very good condition. Just the headphones and a 1/4 adapter.   Paypal and shipping in the USA are included.
Up for sale is a Fiio X3. Functionally it works great. It does have some cosmetic issues as there are some scratches on the back of the case.   Comes with a silicone case, and a USB cable (note: I was never able to get my computer to recognize this cable, but it does charge the X3 just fine - and my other USB cable worked fine). No box or other accessories, but if you meet my price, I will include a 32 GB micro SD card.   Paypal fees and priority mail shipping in the...
Up for sale is a 2 meter Wireworld Starlight 7 USB cable with A-B connections. This is in like new condition, but I did not keep the original clamshell packaging.   Here is some marketing copy:   The unique flat design of the Starlight® 7 USB cable was derived from WireWorld's award-winning flat HDMI cables. This elegant cable utilizes oversized 24 gauge silver-clad OFC conductors and a proprietary low-loss ground path, to provide substantially higher fidelity than...
I will add that the trick in using this chair and probably the other tactile systems out there is to find the level where you experience all of the benefits of increased bass and overall presence in the music, but you also still have the illusion that you are "hearing" all of the sound. Once you are noticing the chair or other vibration source, then it might be fun like a sonic massage, but it starts losing musical balance. Of course one person's musical balance is another...
I have not seen much discussion of this yet here on Headfi, but there seems to be a much cheaper way to get the similar effect that is being marketed towards music listening and not just gaming: http://thesubpac.com/what-is-the-subpac/   I think if I was starting over, I would just try out this device first. Although, since I owned the zero gravity chair already, my setup did not cost much....about $250.
I think that amp would be a little underpowered. I would look for something in the 50 watt per channel range. Although someone on Amazon said they had good results with a tripath amp of 20 watts per channel using these transducers.
Finding a chair is the real trick. It probably does not actually need to be a zero gravity chair, although that is a nice feature - a regular recliner should also work. The important thing is that it have solid surfaces where you can mount the two transducers. I lucked out and found my chair in a consignment shop nearby a few years ago. Also, I would avoid a chair with super thick cushioning as that would muffle the vibrations.   There also are other brands out there of...
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