Yes. When you lean against a chair back you will notice a slight change in response. This is due to more pressure between the chair and your body. Depending on the chairs physical properties, some resonances will be added or subtracted to the response. This will not damage the wearable.
Articles in this section
- Why is my SUBPAC turning off?
- How do I connect to Bluetooth?
- Chair issues for the SUBPAC S2
- I'm not sure if I have this setup right. I need more bass!!!
- S2 Troubleshooting variables
- Understanding the intensity knob
- What are some tips to optimize the performance and response for the M2x or M2?
- Where does the SUBPAC charging cable located on the product? Can I use it while it is being charged?
- Do the straps on the back of the SUBPAC S2 stretch or are they only for a certain size chair?
- What version of Bluetooth does the SUBPAC incorporate?