These headphones promise “eargasm” by using a hybrid driver that lets you FEEL the music

A concert in a headset is essentially what this India-based audio startup wants to deliver…

Have you ever heard good music on TWS Earbuds? It sucks, to be honest. This small driver is unable to deliver the kind of audio you would expect from large speakers. Headphones are a slight improvement, but they really don’t get your heart pumping like it does at a real concert. The reason is simple, explains tech startup Sonic Lamb… our ears are well tuned to higher frequencies, but not as much to low frequencies as bass. Instead of hearing the bass, we “feel” the bass through our body – that’s why you can feel the drumbeat or bass drops in your chest when you’re at a concert. Headphones can barely deliver that experience, and headphones can only do so much with their slightly larger audio drivers. According to Sonic Lamb, the solution is to allow users to not only hear music through their ears, but to FEEL it through their bodies. Good bookshelf speakers and home theater systems reproduce this experience through dedicated mid and high audio drivers and a subwoofer system that moves the air to create that powerful and immersive bass… As audiophiles and engineers with prior experience working on hearing aids and helmet audio systems , The folks at Sonic Lamb decided to make headphones that offer a theater-like experience in headphones with their hybrid driver technology.

Designers: Navajith Karkera, Jagath Biddappa, Sudesh Acharya & Mohammed Fadil

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Powered by the world’s first and patented Hybrid Driver Acoustics.

Sub-Wooder now in a pair of headphones.

The headphones feature a patented hybrid driver architecture that includes a pair of full-range mid and high-frequency drivers to mimic loudspeakers and a proprietary impulse driver that emulates a subwoofer system by converting audio signals into appropriate mechanical movements, which are then are aimed at your body. Using a method not too different from bone conduction, these headphones rely on audio waves and actual vibrations to let you both hear and feel the music you’re listening to. The result is nothing less than going to a concert with some of the music flowing right through your body. The Sonic Lamb headphones are perhaps the only cans crazy enough to incorporate subwoofers into their architecture, and surprisingly they have low listener fatigue, with the bass being aimed at your body rather than your ears.

Loud and clear.

Forget fiddling with EQ controls.

The over-ear headphones come with a range of high-end features, including the ability to charge and play 24-bit, studio-quality audio at 96kHz simultaneously thanks to direct USB-C input, and Bluetooth 5.1 for handling of wireless audio. A dual-microphone array also gives the headphones ambient noise-cancelling and voice-enhancing capabilities. Instead of fiddling with EQ controls, you can personalize your listening experience by taking a quick 2-minute listening test in Sonic Lamb’s app, or better yet, use the multimode wheel to cycle through the different listening modes on the headphones , by turning the built-in knob into the cans.

Multimode for personalization.

Sonic Lamb offers four immersive modes to choose from, ranging from the relatively milder “Feel” mode for nice-sounding music genres (in which case the subwoofer just purrs) to “Beast” mode (for a fully activated subwoofer that delivers the strongest output). and immersive bass response) that is well-suited for action movies, gaming, and for absolute bass freaks who want nothing less than ultimate ear gasm. These modes also obviously impact the Sonic Lamb’s overall battery life, with Hear mode giving you 24 hours of use and Beast mode giving you a solid 6 hours of eargasm at max volume.

Replaceable ear pads and silicone headband insert.

The design and build of the headphones also pair well with premium headsets, with two-tone finishes that sit nicely on the headphones’ slim body. There are 6 color variants to choose from, all with their own interchangeable ear pads and silicone headband inserts to ensure the headphones last longer. The headphones also come with detachable boom mics, making them great video chat headsets or perhaps the most immersive gaming headsets out there, as well as USB charging and audio cables. The Sonic Lamb headphones start at a fairly modest $189 for the first 25 early bird backers (price increases to $199 thereafter) and come with a travel case, soft case, and tamper-proof box.

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