Do you disturb your neighbors with the wireless surround sound system? Why not call down the volume, kick in a few discreet Bass Shakers, and get the same effect.
Once upon a time, during the good old days when I was a boy, you would go to the movies this weekend with your siblings in tow, so your parents got a few hours of relief from the very stressful realities of parenting in the seventies. Or something like that. To be honest, I do not think my parents knew how good they were then. We lived in the edge of the world, or as close as you can get to it before falling off the map - in the hassle-free, small city of Auckland, New Zealand. Anyway, at the cinema we should go every weekend. Just like pragmatic urological schools of cornfields, sunshine or rain, good film or total stinking. Actually, it is one of my power feeders by Tarzan, Clint Eastwood, and Bruce Lee made me no permanent damage. Somehow, I survived to adulthood, kept my childhood conviction of temporary mistrust in a darkened showroom, minus the mandatory box of chocolate-centered Jaffas, which I have neither seen nor tasted now for maybe thirty years.
Now, there is a reason people go to cinemas, and it's one of the most likely factors why I remember that part of my childhood as well. Watching movies in a movie theater is nothing like an experience at home. At least it was not then then. The big screen was essential to "lose you" in the great reality of a big studio production. But, as much as the success of this film magazine, the concept was surround sound - with an audio component of the experience, you attacked from multiple directions simultaneously. If I was an engineer, I would probably say that by combining the sound of a number of separate speakers in a coordinated manner, it is possible to create a spatial image component for the movie experience that your TV can not reproduce. With playman: surround sound just pulls you into the screen.
Today, there are wireless surround sound systems to do exactly this in your home cinema, which helps reduce the difference between the movie house and in-house movie viewing. More exciting, however, the latest development of audio technology has been much easier than any wireless surround sound system. I'm talking about tactile sensors, or Bass Shakers, as they are more famous. Instead of being due to a wireless surround sound system to give the feeling of being there, tactile sensors generate very low frequency vibrational energy that can literally recognize throughout the body. Bashakare makes it possible for you to experience every dunk, drag and shake that the characters in your movies feel. By attaching a transducer to a solid surface, like the hardwood floor cover in a home cinema lounger, these vibration packs emotional wall jumps when the storyl action rises.
When the case jumps out of the wardrobe on the screen, you jump out of your chair! When these seagoing weapons start pounding in "Sink the Bismarck" or the T-Rex bell in the "Jurassic Park", you will feel it in your legs. Once you've experienced a Bass Shaker at stake, the usual old home theater surround sound system simply will not be enough for you.
If you're really adventurous, handy with tools and having a lot of time on your hands, you can buy tactile converters separately and install them somewhere where you may also plug in regular speakers, including inside your car, if you want. But for the rest of us there is a lighter alternative. Wireless Bass Shakers are built into many models of home theater chairs, including the Metro, Garrick, Este and Rodeo models available at HomeTheaterSeatingGuide.com. No wiring, no installation, no hassle. In fact, you do not even need to send your children to the cinema anymore. Not when your family can share all the thrills, and now waste, of today's movie show in the comfort of your own home theater.