Sonic Bed, No It's Not A Casket

Posted: Oct 31 2006, 1:28pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:15am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Sonic Bed, No It's Not a Casket
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While it resembles a casket for the world’s largest person, this is in fact a bed sporting 12-channel surround sound. This thing draws so much power, that you have to hook it up to 220V like your clothes dryer.

Oddly, the designer didn’t include a ceiling mounted LCD TV to compete the package. Before you get all worked up with desire for your own Sonic Bed, it was designed as a museum piece and is not available for retail purchase.If there thing was available for purchase, with all that power you would have to worry about the bass dislodging your spleen, or worse one of the family jewels. An added benefit is that your whole body can ring, not just your ears. Via Gizmodo

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