These VIBRO transducers, above posted, are the key devices which transform audio low base signal into mechanical vibration. Acouve Lab. has created VIBLO transducers which enable to reproduce less than 40 Hz which used to be considered to be impossible. They are the units which reproduce down to physiologically comfortable 20 to 50 Hz. They maintain high transform rate with high sufficiency, and play a great role to reproduce high fidelity vibrations.
◎50-150 Hz: matching with audio reality and being involved with active feelings, and
◎20-50 Hz: reality and intoxication feelings.
Vt7, Vp6, Vp4 and Vp2: High performance VIBRO transducers:
Vp4 and Vp2: Ultra-small sized, high performance VIBRO Transducers:
AMPLIFIERS & PROCESSORS
VIBRO Music Amplifier VMA-20
The stereo main amplifier with circuits which employ a signal processing circuits to convert to vibration signals and to drive a power amplifier to activate a VIBRO tranceducer:
VISIC Amplifier GAE-120
The 20W main amplifier designed for system test, evaluation or installation production for the VISIC System, which also includes the VIBRO transducer:
VISIC Prosessor VP100
A Signal Processor which picks up VISIC signals out of audio signals:
Material Sampler MSP-200
The VISIC Driver that maintains both functions of a VIBRO processor and a wave generater , accesable by the control unit RS-422:
SI Processor SIP-150
A sound Reproduction Proseseor designed for for stringed equipment based sound reproduction:
VISIC Bed Pad
Helps people falling into natural sleep and then waking up feeling good, which leads them to comfortable healing after sleep, to maximize VISIC effects and thus they will relieve the unconscious frustration.
a bed pad only, the bed not included
Portable VISIC System
The system consists of a VM-20P,a pouch cushion APC-1 and a seat cushion ZPC-2.
Audio sound from a CD, DVD or PC network is processed in the VISIC amplifier and stimulates and flatters the senses to gain best relaxation and take you to deep, well sleep.
Acoustic String System "CONSORT"
A revolutionary acoustic String System on an instrument chamber which produces sound vibrations with its excellent low base, is utilized, for stringed equipment based sound reproduction: