Even though the project missed the funding mark on Kickstarter last year, the Bass Egg appears to have emerged nonetheless.
The vision for Bass Egg emerged just over one year ago. While the use of reverberation speaker technology in loudspeakers existed, no one had mastered its application as a portable music device. The only products available were either high in sound quality but not portable, or cheap novelty products – not durable and lacking in sound quality. Bass Egg covers both of those aspects with stylish design.
The Bass Egg stands somewhere around 4 inches tall and 3 inches in diameter, resembling an hourglass without the top and bottom. The Bass Egg uses an internal rechargeable Lithium Ion battery that allows for play time up to 8 hours and a red indicator light that turns on when the battery is low.
It takes about 1 1/2 hours to fully charge it with a standard USB cable. The Bass Egg uses Bluetooth 4.0 to connect wirelessly to your devices. The unique part about this speaker is the reverberation technology. It uses whatever surface it’s on as the actual speaker itself, by transferring your music’s frequency to that surface.
The result? Almost anything can be a speaker. For example, a wooden table produces a deep rich sound, reflective of the physical properties of the surface. A glass table makes the music sound clear and precise. A car roof or hood creates enough sound to supply a tailgate party.
You can purchase your very own Bass Egg in either black or silver for $99.99 from BassEgg.com.