A group of enthusiasts has created a device that could be called “a musical backpack.” As you may guess from the above given name, the device is nothing but a super mobile portable audio system.
For many of us, music is a part of everyday life. It helps improve our mood, spend leisure time, relax or maybe even work more effectively. Of course, all music fans want to hear the high quality sound, and some would like to get a new, previously inaccessible experience at the same time. This is exactly what the SubPac M2 device, recently created by a group of inventors, can help you with. In this case, it can be easily dubbed as a “musical exoskeleton.”
By its design, SubPac M2 system resembles a backpack or some kind of an entertaining vest. The device allows you to play music and broadcast it via headphones. The sound will be of incredible quality. In addition, the user can configure SubPac M2 and set bass and many other effects, including slight vibration, which will accompany the music and enhance the feelings, obtained during listening.
It is very easy to handle SubPac M2. Firstly, the device can easily fit to the body size of any user by means of special easy-to-handle straps. Secondly, the performance of SubPac M2 can be synchronized with any mobile (and not only mobile) device that will reveal the additional functionality of the gadget. Thirdly, the backpack audio system has a simple and clear system of music sound setup.
As for the other characteristics of SubPac M2, the following things should be noted. The device weighs just 2.2 kilograms. The dimensions of the backpack are 43x30x4 centimeters. The material, from which the audio system is designed, includes nanosilver particles to prevent the spread of bacteria and unpleasant odors. The device operates on the basis of Bluetooth and USB technologies. It uses a lithium-ion battery with a charge that lasts for 6 hours. It can also be used to charge your smartphone. The audio system can be used with many other devices to improve the sound, be it a computer, a game console or a virtual reality station.