Wearable Bass = MIND BLOWN?


SubPac M2

Wearable Tactile Bass System

The wearable SubPac M2 Tactile Bass System projects low frequencies into your body, providing total sonic immersion no matter where your day takes you. Music drives your workout, games explode with life, and movies feel more powerful than ever before. By enhancing the low frequencies of any audio source, SubPac brings you closer to the things you love, even while out and about. Paired with Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, or PSVR, the SubPac M2 provides a level of immersion impossible with any other technology. Next-level technology means your SubPac will sound and feel beautiful for years to come, even with active use. SubPac M2 is the evolution of mobile, wearable Tactile Sound. Once you feel it, you won’t want to live without it.

  • Tactile Bass technology lets you feel bass throughout your body.
  • Adds excitement and emotion to games, movies, and music.
  • Wearable design for indoor or outdoor activity.
  • 6-8 hours of use via integrated rechargeable Li-ion battery.
  • Connects to any audio device via headphone cable or Bluetooth.
  • Form meets function with beautiful design and innovative technology.
  • Gamers experience next-level immersion and coordination.
  • DJs and producers get more control of their sound.
  • An essential part of Virtual Reality (Oculus, Vive, PSVR).

SubPac M2 Specifications
  • Color: Black
  • Frequency Response: 5hz-130hz
  • Wired Input: 3.5mm stereo
  • Headphone Out: 3.5mm stereo
  • Wireless Input: Bluetooth 4.0 with A2DP Streaming
  • Charger: 15V 1.6A 24W w/ Intl IEC-c7 cables
  • Rechargeable Battery: 10.8V, 2300mAh Li-ion battery (6+ hours per charge)
  • Dimensions: 17”x12”x1.5” (43cmx30cmx4cm)
  • Weight (including battery): 5lbs 2oz (2.3kg)





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