Earthquake Sound MQB-1 Pro Tactile Transducer for AR/VR
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|Speaker type||Gaming or home theater tactile transducer|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||7.9 x 7.9 x 8.9 centimetres|
|Speaker maximum output power||500 Watts|
About this item
- Optimized for use with AR/VR systems this transducer brings rumble effects right to your sitting position for ultimate user immersion
- Patented system that produces super-sensitive low frequency effects that can be felt with incredible impact for home theater
- Universal mount included for a variety of chair and platform mounting that is great for racing, flight, and other simulating applications
- Maintenance free with rugged outer aluminum alloy construction for thermal stability and only one moving part
- Tactile performance all the way down to 15Hz with 1.5-inches of excursion at 22Hz
- Inverted premium Neodymium magnet with integrated thermal protection circuitry
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 7.87 x 7.87 x 8.89 cm; 793.79 Grams
- Date First Available : 9 January 2018
- Manufacturer : Earthquake Sound
- ASIN : B006H3SV1E
- Item Model Number : MQB-1
- Country of origin : China
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The Earthquake Sound MQB-1 easily attaches to individual theater chairs, recliners, sofas, or even large platforms that house several chairs. In an ever-growing world of AR/VR systems, the MQB-1 allows the users to feel what they are experiencing and is the ultimate solution to complete any AR/VR experience. The MQB-1 can also bring that extra piece of reality and accuracy to any digital simulation. The Neodymium magnet is up to seven times as powerful as a standard Ferrite magnet. It uses the same patented technology as its big brother, the Q10B, which allows it to be the most powerful, accurate, and sensitive tactile transducer on the market today. Do not let the size of this thing fool you either. At only 3 1/2" tall and 3 1/8" in diameter, including the mounting feet, the MQB-1 punches well above its weight class. The MQB-1 can turn any audio, video, or gaming system into a truly augmented reality experience adding another dimension to home.
From the manufacturer
QUAKE Tactile Transducer System
The MQB1 Tactile Transducer is a sub-harmonics unit designed to immerse your senses and bring your digital entertainment and simulation to reality. You can now add super-sensitive low frequency effects without using a costly sub-harmonic subwoofer. The MQB-1 Transducers virtually eliminate low-end resonation into adjoining areas. Earthquake Sound recommends its XJ300ST amplifier (sold separately) to be used with one or two MQB-1 as illustrated below. For both accurate low-frequency response and maximum tactile effect in your home theater, gaming simulators or car audio, the MQB-1 is the right choice. Thanks to its size, it can also work with any VR/AR system.
- Recommended Amplifier Power: 20-500 watts
- Impedance: 8 Ohms
- Frequency Response: 15 - 50 Hz
- Dimensions: 3-1/2" x 3-1/8" x 3-1/8" (88.9mm x 79.4mm x 79.4mm)
Achieve Deep Impact Effects
With only one moving part and a cast aluminum heat sink for excellent heat dissipation for endless use, the Quake Series of Tactile Transducers are maintenance free-and practically indestructible.
Whether you are at home enjoying your favorite movies and music, or even video games, the MQB-1 Tactile Transducer is the perfect solution for deep impact tactile effects. The MQB-1 is the missing link in any VR or AR environment. The synchronized vibrations bring the experience to life.
About Earthquake Sound
Earthquake Sound Corporation, located in the heart of the Silicon Valley, specializes in manufacturing high-end home and car audio products ranging from the smallest driver to the loudest subwoofer system.
In its dedication to excellence, Earthquake has maintained extensive programs in research and development to provide you with the highest quality audio products.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 January 2021
I am running 2 pairs of these with a pair of Behringer NX3000D amplifiers and 12AWG wire. The vibrations do add a bit of extra oomph to the experience. These are a nice supplement to traditional subwoofers. Upon opening the package, there is a strong solvent odor. I left these in the garage to air out for a couple weeks, before I mounted them inside the family room.
The inclusion of pre-crimped molex connectors and bare wire input is odd. If I have to crimp the leads to output wires from my amplifier, then the molex are pointless. They should just leave the molex connectors uncrimped -- and let me crimp them myself, or use a Neutrik-style connector instead.
The transducers are a bit overpriced for what they are. If they were priced at $130 then it would be a decent price/performance ratio. At $160-200 each, the value is questionable.