Audio engineer John Kasha revealed plans to release a pocket-sized sound massager designed to radically improve a mobile music lover's listening experience.
The m.e. – or Master Enhancer – spent time on Kickstarter, last year, and has now been made available to buy, boasting much-improved design and a wallet-friendly price.
The reworked and redesigned m.e. is promised to deliver depth, dimension and definition to digital music playback. The makers say that listeners can look forward to a much-improved audio from all headphones, sound bars, car stereos, in-flight systems and TVs when using the "VR audio device."
"When you add the m.e. in the audio stream, it's like you removed a film of filters that were blocking all the notes and vocals from being heard in their entirety," said Kasha. "The m.e. brings life back into audio and makes the listening experience active all over again."
The listening experience is said to be similar to being on stage at a gig or hearing playback through pro equipment in a recording studio.
The device has a simple one-button operation and is claimed good for up to 50 hours in power-save mode or 9 hours in continuous play mode. The battery charges in just 15 minutes, so enhanced playback interruption should be fairly brief.
You can learn more about the m.e. by watching the animated video below: