Take seven strategically-placed speakers and cover them in soft foam and Italian leather and you’ve got yourself the BodySound Recliner, starting at $5,995. According to the company, the chair “eliminates the need for in-room loudspeakers” by addressing “the need for full impact, large scale sound in a smaller space.”
This “experiential seating,” as its called is not only good for watching TV and movies but can also “produce profound relaxation and deeper states of meditation.” I’m sure the speakers have something to do with that, but it might also be the Italian leather and the ability to spend $6000 on a chair. I know I’d be relaxed no matter what.
You can build your own chair at the BodySound website and even string multiple chairs together for theater-style seating if your wallet can take it.
BodySound Technologies [BodySoundTheater.com]
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