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#These headphones promise an ‘eargasm’ by using a Hybrid Driver that lets you FEEL the music

“These headphones promise an ‘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 listened to good music on TWS Earbuds? It sucks, frankly. That small driver is incapable of delivering the kind of audio you’d expect from great speakers. Headphones are a marginal improvement, but they really don’t get your heart thumping the way being at an actual concert does. The reason is simple, tech startup Sonic Lamb explains… our ears are well tuned to higher frequencies, but not so much with low-end frequencies like bass. Instead of hearing the bass, we ‘feel’ the bass through our body- this is why you can feel the drumbeat or bass drops in your chest when you’re at a concert. Earphones can hardly deliver that experience, and headphones can only do so much with their marginally larger audio drivers. The solution, Sonic Lamb says, is to enable users to not just hear music through the ears but also FEEL it through one’s body. Good bookshelf speakers and home theater systems reproduce this experience through dedicated audio drivers for mids and highs and a subwoofer system that moves air to create that powerful and immersive bass… As audiophiles and engineers with prior experience working on hearing aids and audio systems for helmets, the folks at Sonic Lamb decided to make headphones that deliver a theater-like experience in headphones using their Hybrid Driver technology.

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

Click Here to Buy Now: $189 $299 (37% off exclusively for YD readers only). Hurry, only 25 left!

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

Sub-wooder now in a headphone.

The headphones come with a patented hybrid-driver architecture, featuring a pair of full-range drivers for the mids and highs to mimic loudspeakers and a proprietary impulse driver that emulates a sub-woofer system by converting audio signals into corresponding mechanical motions that are then directed to your body. Using a method not too different from bone conduction, this headphone relies on audio waves and actual vibrations to help you both hear as well as feel the music you listen to. The resulting experience is nothing short of feeling like attending a concert, with a part of the music flowing right through your body. The Sonic Lamb Headphones are perhaps the only pair of cans mad enough to integrate sub-woofers into their architecture, and surprisingly enough, have low listening fatigue because the bass is directed to your body rather than to your ears.

Loud and clear.

Forget fidgeting with EQ controls.

The over-ear headphones are built with a bunch of high-end features, including the ability to charge and simultaneously play studio-grade 24-bit audio at 96kHz thanks to direct USB-C input, and Bluetooth 5.1 for handling wireless audio. A twin-mic array also gives the headphones ambient noise suppression and vocal enhancement abilities. Instead of fidgeting with EQ controls, you can personalize your listening experience by performing a quick 2-minute hearing test on Sonic Lamb’s app, or better still, use the Multimode dial to cycle through the multiple listening modes on the headphones by turning the knob built into the cans.

Multimode for personalization.

Sonic Lamb offers four immersive modes to choose from, ranging from the relatively milder ‘Feel’ mode for melodious music genres (in which case the subwoofer just purrs), to the ‘Beast’ mode (for a fully activated subwoofer that delivers the most powerful and immersive bass response) that’s well-suited for action movies, gaming and for absolute bass-heads who want nothing short of peak eargasm. These modes obviously affect the Sonic Lamb’s overall battery life too, with the Hear mode providing 24 hours of use, and the Beast mode giving you a solid 6 hours of eargasm on max volume.

Replaceable earpads and silicone headband liner.

The headphone’s design and build are well in line with premium headsets too, with two-tone color finishes that sit well on the headphone’s sleek body. There are 6 color variants to choose from, all with their own replaceable ear pads and silicone headband liners to ensure that the headphones last longer. The headphones also come with detachable boom microphones, turning them into great video-chatting headsets or perhaps the most immersive gaming headsets on the planet, as well as USB charging and audio cables. The Sonic Lamb headphones start at a pretty modest $189 for the first 25 early bird backers (the price bumps up to $199 after that) and come along with a travel case, a soft pouch, and a tamper-proof box.

Click Here to Buy Now: $189 $299 (37% off exclusively for YD readers only). Hurry, only 25 left!


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Vincent Nguyen

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