Panasonic HS-900

Want a quieter, less intrusive earthquake? The Brain Shaker Extreme Virtual Motion Sonic System, from Panasonic, is a pair of headphones combined with a small transducer which feeds low frequencies directly into the wearer's bones. Similar to the Aura Interactor on the previous page, but smaller and quieter, this product is not currently marketed in Australia - but if enough people call the distributor, who knows?

Panasonic HS-900

Panasonic

Price: under $200 (not sold in Australia)Phone: (02) 9986 7400URL: www.panasonic.com

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