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UniqueSquared

UniqueSquared
November 5, 2013

Pasce Minirig Portable Subwoofer

With the technology that goes into smart phones, it is hard to find a fault in them.  After all, they are capable of replacing many gadgets that used to require a purse or backpack to fill.  The cameras that they come with now are extremely tiny, and much different from that of an old 1 megapixel camera that was the size of a small brick.  Even as a video player, they can deliver high quality video in such a small area using a wireless connection.  With ports from anything from speakers to USB cables, it is hard to find something that a phone today cannot do well.

I think there is one fault that we can all agree on, and that is sound.  Sure, every smartphone out there can play much through its speakers – but unlike the rest of the technology that has been shrunken down, speakers cannot.  To …

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UniqueSquared
April 6, 2013

SubPac Personal Subwoofer | Exclusive First Review

When any audio enthusiast sets out to build his or her own audio system, they know that not every audio system will hit the same marks as another.  It all depends on where this audio system is being built.  If built inside the music studio or bedroom, one would make better use of some cheap bookshelf speakers or some decent clear sounding monitors.  However, if this system is going into a car or automobile, smaller components would naturally be used and the designer would have to make use of the limited space inside of the car.  For car audio, bass would be looked at much different than inside of a producer’s studio

At home, even the most novice audio lover knows what he or she can do to control bass.  By placing the sub in an area where it resonates, the effect can be multiplied – and this is the …

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UniqueSquared

UniqueSquared
March 7, 2013

SubPac, Personal Subwoofer

When is the last time you saw speakers mended into the fabric of piece of clothing?  My guess is that it has been quite a while since any brand has attempted to sell clothing with speakers installed in them.  Even if these were some decent quality speakers from a reputable speaker company, many would never take them seriously – including me.  I’ve seen maybe 2 instances where this idea was partially successful, and one of them was when the speakers were embedded inside of a backpack.  The only issue with the backpack came from the fact that it had a hard time performing “backpack” duties; the speakers and amp took up too much space in the top of the pack.

If this idea could be executed again, but with 100% of the effort being put towards sound quality (and skipping the backpack idea), it might just work.  This is what …