Stereo speakers that massage you

Vibrations to enhance your listening pleasure


Judging by a lot of home entertainment products on the market today, you'd think we all listened to music every waking moment (and sleeping ones too). After all, we've already built our music directly into creature comforts ranging from easy chairs to lounging mats.

But one company has figured out another activity for music multitasking that makes perfect sense: massage. It may not be a full-on Swedish rubdown, but the "iCush" chair pad does promise to vibrate along with your music or game soundtracks while you damage your eardrums with its built-in speakers placed right at ear level for $100.

An interesting side note: Red Ferret finds the moniker "iCush" to be unfortunate, but we think its manufacturer's name might be even more questionable: HoMedics.

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