The Bass Egg line represents portable, wireless audio devices that use different surfaces and vibrations to amplify music. Bass Egg is the creation of Jonathan Bouchlas (currently CEO of Bass Egg LLC), Cameron Hitchcock, Adam McPherson (EVP).
The first product from the Bass Egg line is VERB, which offers capabilities of a frequency range of 20 Hz to 16 kHz and over 100 db. I must say that this little guy is quite powerful and really does an amazing job in that department. No matter what the surface is, desks, car hood, airplane wing, a glass table, the bass sound is great, providing 26 watts of volume.
You can connect the Bass Egg to your devices (smartphones, laptops, desktop computers and many others) through bluetooth or its USB cable.
It is not just a great gadgets, it also has a unique, beautiful high-tech design, even I don’t see any resemblance with an egg. Bass Egg VERB’s body feels like metal, it is a little heavy, maybe for a better connection with the surface.
By placing it on a small surface you will get a decent sound, but for better performances you must use a bigger surface. The bigger the surface is the better and louder the sound is.
You can play a lot of songs until its battery runs out. VERB’s battery has a life of four to ten hours, depending on the volume.
We tested the Bass Egg VERB on three different surfaces: wood, glass and metal.
The speaker on wood offers a deep bass sound. I think this is the best surface.
The device on metal gives a strong bass.
The gadget on glass’ sound is very clear.
If you want to buy a Bass Egg VERB, the price is $99.95 on BassEgg.com.
Do you like the concept of using surfaces and vibrations to produce music?