Gaming Transducers

“I was a lot more in tune with what was going on in the game and I could feel the moves I was doing. It was a really cool experience.” – Kerry

Most gaming accessories serve to enhance the audio/visual aspects of a game, but don’t necessarily change or add anything to it.  Our transducers not only enhance your gaming experience; they add a whole new dimension by adding the sense of feeling to the mix.

According to Dalibor Dimovski, the founder of the gaming website, “The magic that Clark Synthesis has bottled inside of these mini-UFOs is pretty incredible, at least based on my month with the TST329 Gold.”  He goes on to say the transducer is “…a nicely enhanced, very welcome way to enjoy games, and one that I look forward to trying with every game I have just to feel the results.”  He then decided to purchase the demo unit to do just that!

Transducers work by taking the audio information from the game and turning it into vibrations that you can both feel and hear through your body.  In more technical terms, this is called hearing through bone conduction.   When you attach a transducer to a game chair, or any seat, you’ll feel the sound effects through your body making it seem like you’re inside the game, not just playing it from the outside!

One frequent question we get asked at Clark Synthesis is about the difference between our transducers.  It’s a valid question considering their price range and variability of application, and even though the answer is important, it’s still pretty simple.  In short, the difference between our transducers is simply one of power as the impact you feel with each transducer is on a continuum from softer to stronger.  For serious gamers, we suggest either the TST239 Silver or TST329 Gold transducer.

Check out the full review of our TST329 Gold Transducer by here

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