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Subsonic Chair – For Those Who’re Not Interested In Relaxing

Subsonic Chair (Image courtesy designboom)
By Andrew Liszewski

The Subsonic Chair was originally designed by Greg Ball, an instructor of mechanical design technology at SAIT Polytechnic in Calgary, Alberta, as an entry into designboom’s ‘teenage furniture’ competition way back in 2005. The design placed in the top ten, but he’s only recently gotten around to making the chair a reality- a very, very loud reality. Designed for teenagers who enjoy both lounging and cranking their music, the Subsonic Chair sports a set of 16-inch subwoofers which you end up sitting on, letting you hear and feel pretty much every single note and/or sound when hooked up to an MP3 player or a gaming console.

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  • http://x.co/WnVe :: Windows3D.TV : .–O^O–. ::

    — does it work also against constipation? :)

  • Anonymous

    Since it’s not padded like other gaming chair’s with speakers I wouldn’t think the comfort level would be high after hours of gaming.
    Also there is no movement to it so gamers that like shifting around and getting into the gaming action wouldn’t have the ability to move around too much.
    I would probably go with the Sears version, lookup “Ace Bayou 51396 X Rocker Pro Series Pedestal Video Gaming Chair”