Play hardcore games,
like musical chairs
It’s a good job the Wireless Pyramat Sound Rocker
is such a comfy lounger, because once you hear about it you’ll probably need a bit of a sit down.
Although rocking chairs are usually the domain of oldies and chronic knitters, they’re also an incredibly comfortable place to park your rear during marathon gaming
sessions. This state of the art chair lets you hear and feel the action
from video games, music and movies
like never before. Thanks to embedded surround sound
speakers, the Sound Rocker will transport you into a bone-shaking world of crash-bang-wallop sonics that make you feel like you're actually in the game or at the gig.
The integrated wireless technology also lets you move the chair to the perfect position in front of the TV, without risking tripping on loose cables as you dash out for hobnobs.
The powerful integrated speakers cause every bullet, blast and thwack of the snare to pulsate around your entire body. Immersive? Well, put it this way: one of our testers asked to be checked for bullet wounds following a Sound Rocker-assisted game of Halo. And the one who made the mistake of listening to Motörhead is still at the dentist having his fillings refitted.
The Sound Rocker’s settings are controlled via a built-in panel, so you won't have to get up to boost the bass or crank the volume. And assuming you haven't got the speakers turned up to eleven, you'll be the only one immersed in the sound, so neighbours won't come a knocking when Rammstein start rocking. If you're sad enough to live with a load of gamers you'll be pleased to know that multi-user technology
allows up to 8 Sound Rocker to be connected at one time. Anarchy!
As well as gaming, this faux-leather
body rocker can be used to add oomph to your movies, and it's compatible with portable devices such as iPods and PSPs
. Simply plug 'em in and you're away. Short of grafting a subwoofer and two tweeters onto your auditory nerve, we can think of no better way to immerse yourself in truly superb sound. C'mon, feel the noise!