RadioandMusic
| 23 Apr 2019
Bass Egg, which gives users the power to turn everything into a speaker, announces opportunity to hear it in action at CES

MUMBAI: Contrary to popular belief, the Bass Egg, itself, is not actually a speaker. It is, however, a conductor and transducer of vibrations that utilizes everyday surfaces to amplify music louder and with a fuller range than ever thought possible from a portable speaker. Whether it be a car, your desk at work, your glass coffee table, your boat or cooler at the beach, the Bass Egg will bring it to life. Never before has an individual had this level of control over their listening experience.

One of the things that is unique to the Bass Egg is its’ 360 degree, non-directional sound. A traditional speaker amplifies in one direction. The Bass Egg omits sound evenly in all directions, keeping the volume consistent.

“Our goal, since day one, was to develop a new and innovative way for people to experience sound and that is why we are thrilled to announce that we will be exhibiting at CES Las Vegas on January 6-9, 2015”, says Bass Egg, LLC founder and CEO at Jonathan Bouchlas. Bass Egg does just that with its sleek, powerful, high-tech designs.

The first product from Bass Egg, the 'Verb', has garnered a great deal of attention.
The 'Verb' boasts capabilities of wireless playback via Bluetooth, a frequency range of 20Hz to 16kHz, peak volume output over 100 dB, and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with 4 to 10+ hour battery life. Orders are pouring in and a global social media following has emerged. The hype is uncontrollable.