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SSD522Neo System


HiFi Wellness SSD522NEO complete system

SSD522NEO complete Bluetooth connected system.

Add high output, high fidelity Sensory Stimulation to your favorite chair , sofa or lounge with this complete system. Includes 2ea SSD522NEO drivers, power supply and Bluetooth connected 240 Watt amplifier.

Installation is simple with magnetic mounting, just couple to any metal surface and plug in system for unmatched sensory immersion. Once drivers are installed, pair to on board Bluetooth receiver to begin enjoying Sensory Stimulation immersion.

If coupling to non metallic media, a metal fastener can be used to screw into wood or plastic frame to provide magnetic coupling.

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SSD522NEO system

2 ea HiFi Wellness SSD522NEO Sensory Stimulation Drivers, power supply, 420 Watt amplifier with Bluetooth connectivity. Magnetic mounting.

$499.00

 

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SSD522NEO top chair mounting

SSD522NEO ready for mounting

The SSD522NEO Sensory Stimulation Driver represents the latest technology for converting audio signals to 5 Sensory Stimulation effects. Tactile, Haptic, Kinesthetic, Audio and bone conduction.

This patent pending technology utilizes a 52 MGO magnetic structure to impart vibratory information to almost any form of human conveyance, from lounge chairs to sofa’s, floors and car seats, via magnetic mounting.

This small, yet powerful device, provides unmatched High Fidelity excitation  to almost any article. With a footprint of only 5.5″ and 1.5″ tall this device can be used to create a complete sensory immersion effect in all but the smallest of spaces.

The 3D printed, dual domed driver produces accurate signal response for true sinusoidal excitation and can reproduce the vibrational signiture for most musical instruments from bass guitars to violin’s and french horns.  The high damping characteristics of this device will also produce any clinically identified healing frequencies in most articles from massage tables to readily available chairs, sofa’s,  and lounges.

When used in conjunction with home theater equipment, a whole range of sound effects can be felt and heard, adding the missing sensations of real life experiences and creating a new frontier for adding physical effects along with multi channel audio.

Experience total music and movie sensory immersion with the new SSD522NEO from HiFi Wellness.

Entertaining sonic immersion = HiFi Wellness

SSD522NEO

High fidelity Sensory Stimulation Driver. 52 MGO magnet structure, 3D printed transduction shells.

$175.00

 


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http://www.news.utoronto.ca/good-vibrations-using-sound-treat-disease

Good vibrations: using sound to treat disease

Anjum Nayyar

Many of us love massages, but imagine a massage so deep that tissues, organs and cells could also be ‘massaged’.

That’s exactly what Vibroacoustic Therapy, a low frequency sound massage, is clinically proven to do, and new research at U of T suggests that it may help people with debilitating diseases.

“It is basically stimulating the body with very low sound – like sitting on a subwoofer,” said Professor Lee Bartel of the Faculty of Music.  “But it requires special speakers that carry sound almost too low to hear in a way that changes it basically to something you feel instead of hear.”

Bartel and his team in the new Music and Health Research Collaboratory (MaHRC) are exploring the medical effects of low frequency sound and have shown that this therapy can play a key role in reducing the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.

Vibroacoustic therapy (VAT) consists of low sound frequencies that are transmitted to the body and mind through special transducers that convert the sound to inner body massage. MaHRC associates Heidi Ahonen and Quincy Almeida treated two groups of Parkinson’s patients (20 with dominant tremor symptoms and 20 with slow/rigid movement symptoms) with five minutes of 30 Hz vibration.

Both groups showed improvements in all symptoms, including less rigidity and better walking speed with bigger steps and less tremor.

“There have been several studies using vibration from sound with Parkinson’s,” said Bartel   “It has been known for over 100 years that vibration (like riding in a wagon on cobblestones) helped relieve some symptoms. So the scientific study of the effect of low frequency sound was a natural connection. Also known is that 40 Hz brain waves seem to be carriers of information between the parts of the brain that control movement. So adding extra stimulation in that zone should help that communication and so assist in movement control.”

Bartel, Founding and Acting Director of MaHRC, says the goal of low frequency sound studies with Parkinson’s is to determine which approach is most effective, how much and how often treatment is needed, and whether medication can be reduced. Vibroacoustic Therapy frequencies, between 20 and 100 Hz or pulses per second, correspond to brainwave activities and function that are currently being explored in neuroscience.

But the effects of Vibroacoustic Therapy extend beyond the brain. It also provides deep physical cellular stimulation to skin, muscles and joints, resulting in decreased pain and increased mobility. Like hand/mechanical massage, vibroacoustic therapy aids circulation, relaxes muscles, and feels good.

Bartel points to research that shows that “several medical conditions including Parkinson’s and neuralgic pain like fibromyalgia, may be related to a common brain mechanism – a brain rhythm disorientation between the inner brain and the outer cortex. Since the rhythmic pulses of music can drive and stabilize these, we speculate that low frequency sound might help in fibromyalgia as well as Parkinson’s.”

Bartel’s team is now looking at the role of vibroacoustic therapy as a treatment for patients with fibromyalgia.

“Although it is too early to form any conclusions, there is encouraging data indicating that treating fibromyalgia patients with doses of 40 Hz sound seems to reduce pain.”

“It is truly an exciting time for music medicine – the idea of developing audioceuticals (prescribable sound) points to a whole new direction for music therapy, and the potential for MaHRC to lead in this is very exciting for me” said Bartel.


Clinical trial showing the positive effects of using VAT (Vibro Acoustic Therapy) at a specific frequency for relieving pain associated with Fibromyalgia.

74% reduced pain medication.  26% quit taking pain meds.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4325896/?report=reader



 

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Complete, portable, Bluetooth connected “Plug and Play” system with high fidelity transducers, on board 200 Watt Tri-Path amplifier, lightweight Pro headphones with separate volume.  Just plug into any 120VAC wall socket, connect to Bluetooth and start music player.

Experience total immersion in entertaining and healthy sound albumartwaves.

 

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