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Experience Ultimate Home Theatre with Tactile Transducers

tactile transducerI had also been to cinemas enjoying the movie, either with friends or other family members some time ago. Such moments provide not only relief from the demanding realities of life, but also afford quality time for the whole family. It’s an event that most people look forward to.

For other people, going to the movie theatres is nothing like what one may experience if one would rather watch from home.  This was true for many for many years ago. With the big screen, one can leap into a fabricated reality that the big studio production re-creates. One feature that contributes much during most of these movie magic moments is the surround sound system, which simultaneously transmits crisp sounds from different directions at the same time. By combining the sound from a number of separate speakers in a synchronized manner, it may be feasible to produce a spatial imaging element that contributes to the total movie-going experience that a standard television cannot provide.

With the current innovations, however, the wireless surround sound system that can be set up to accompany your own home theatre system, can actually reduce the difference between the theatre or movie house experience from having to watch the movie inside the house. Moreover, recent developments in the audio technology provided an even simpler means of creating an outstanding audio experience than with any other wireless surround sound set up. This can be made possible with the aid of tactile transducers (also known as bass shakers). With these features, an extremely low frequency vibrational energy can be created that can actually be felt within the body each time a sound is played. These bass shakers permit one to encounter every shaking movement, thrusting or thumping motions that any character in a movie are producing or experiencing. Furthermore, if a transducer is attached to a hard surface, vibrations create an emotional smash when action is brought up within the storyline of a movie.

With these added features that anyone can add to complement his own home theatre set up, everything that is being presented in the movie becomes more vivid, and creates a totally different experience for the viewer. In essence, you, as the viewer, will feel more engaged when watching or just simply listening to a song channeled through the home theatre.

Hence, once you have experienced a bass shaker, the usual home theatre surround system may just not be enough for you then. Your option would be to look for tactile transducers to complement or upgrade your current set up and to make the movie- viewing or audio-receiving experience even more enjoyable.

If you are a kind of person who are handy with tools and can manage to set time to personally buy tactile transducers individually and have them installed where you can also link standard speakers, then you can do that. However, for most people who are technically challenged or those who would rather have it for an easier way, there is always an option.

Thanks to technology, now there is a number of home theatre with a wireless bass shaker already been built into it. A simple search from reputable providers online will actually do the job.

Complement your home theatre with a bass shaker and feel the earth moving with every movement in the movie or audio stream that you are enjoying, and get that ultimate home theatre experience that you had always wanted.

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Posted on May 30, 2013 by 0 Comments Short URL

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Alphonso Soosay, an accomplished musician and sound recording specialist has been in the industry for more than 30 years. In this blog Alphonso shares all his experiences and knowledge in the recording and home theatre industry. Alphonso Soosay's Blog

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