Futuristic U-Beat 3D VibroWoofer Speaker System

Posted: Dec 7 2003, 12:11pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:50am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Futuristic U-Beat 3D VibroWoofer Speaker System
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U-Beat Speaker System is the world's first 3D VibroWoofer.

This futuristic looking silver speaker has one important difference to conventional speakers. Instead of placing it on a table or the floor next to your appliance, it is actually wearable around your shoulders.
As well as producing sound, the U-Beat vibrates in time with it, intensifying the users entertainment experience level. Imagine watching an alien invasion on a widescreen and feeling the vibrations as the spacecraft lands. the U-Beat Speaker System can be used with DVD or CD players, TVs, PCs and games consoles.

BoyStuff sells the U-Beat Speaker for £89.95 (Approx. €125.93 or $148.42).

BoyStuff is a great UK based Gadget Shop that also ships international including the USA.

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