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X Rocker 5143601 II Video Gaming Chair , Wireless , Black
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- You Can Feel the Sound with X Rocker Interactive Audio
- Two Forward Facing Speakers with Powerful Subwoofer
- Wireless Audio Transmission and Headphone Jack
- Side Control Panel with volume, bass control, and input/output jacks
- Ergonomic Design with Full Back Support
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|Item Dimensions||18.5 x 27.75 x 17.5 in||30.7 x 22.6 x 37.6 in||32.28 x 36.81 x 20.89 in||22.5 x 29 x 37 in||30.31 x 29.92 x 16.14 in||23 x 29 x 22 in|
|Item Weight||47 lbs||46.3 lbs||36.16 lbs||32 lbs||21.89 lbs||51 lbs|
|Material Type||Foam||Synthetic||Fabric||Silver Plastic||Polyester & Polyester Blend||metal frame|
Welcome to the world of interactive audio. With the X Rocker II, you can now not only hear your music but actually FEEL it. Whether you are listening to music, watching a movie, or playing a game, you will become a part of it. Get ready to experience sound as you never have. The X Rocker has wireless audio transmission, and includes 2 forward facing speakers and one powerful sub-woofer. The side control panel has volume, bass control, input/output jacks, and band switch. There is a headphone jack for personal use. The Ergonomic design has full back support, and the foldable construction allows for ease of storage and portability. This gaming chair has a easy to clean, heavy duty upholstery vinyl cover. Connects to most video game, audio or video devices. Black with silver flip up arms.
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TO ANSWER EVERYONE'S QUESTION REGARDING IF THIS CHAIR IS PLAYSTATION 4 FRIENDLY: I HAVE DONE SOME RESEARCH FOR EVERYONE, AND AS FAR AS I HAVE READ THIS CHAIR *****IS******* PLAYSTATION 4 FRIENDLY. IT IS ALSO COMPATIBLE WITH------Home Stereo, iPod/MP3, PlayStation 3, TV/DVD/Blu-ray, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One----- I HOPE THIS HELPS!! MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! :)
On the pro side it is reasonably inexpensive, fairly easy to put together (more on that in a minute), has decent sound, and in many ways feels like you took your seat out of your car and put it in you room. Chair comes folded and the assembly is basically unfolding it, screwing in the arm supports, screwing in the arms, and then placing a pin to keep the chair from folding up again.
On the con side the tolerances for the pieces are a little off. For the most part that doesn't matter, but on the arms in particular there are a couple of metal tubes that work as sleeves for the screws and let the arms still move down to use or up out of the way. In my case I had to use a hammer to get them into the arms, but no problems after that. So I took a half star off for that. I took the other half star off because the wireless transmitter comes by default with no batteries or AC adapter. Given the price of the setup, I would have expected them to throw in an AC adapter and expect that they could simplify the transmitter if they did that to cover most or all of the cost of the adapter.
On the not always obvious side, the best way I've found to hook this up to any system is to use the Audio Out that almost all TVs have. By doing this you don't have to worry about all the different type of connectors out there (though the chair comes with most of the standard ones) and you can use the remote for your TV to control what you're listening to. Or turn the TV speakers all the way down and rely on the chair's volume controls. What is not obvious about this is that the chair has TWO volume controls. The one that is labelled "Volume" actually controls the Bass. The other one isn't labelled, and is a dial located around the lighted emblem on the side of the chair. So you can have everything setup properly, be cranking the "volume" and not hear a thing. I was about ready to ship back except that every time I plugged the chair in (yes it has to be powered for the speakers so get an extension cord) I could hear a pop. When I finally figured out how to turn up the volume... let's just say it gets as loud as you would ever need it. I highly recommend that when choosing a setting for the wireless transmitter that you set it to 3, and if that doesn't work try 1. The 2 position is a little soft and I could easily see you ending up not being on 2 at one end or the other and thinking you are. Be aware that the transmitter must be on BEFORE you turn on the chair or it may not sync.
On the issue of sizing, I am 5'7" and 200 lbs. So far the chair has held up well, and for my use I suspect it will be good enough for some time. I did end up getting a back support pillow, but that is more because of my needs than because the chair is weak there.
Given all that, I think if you have similar needs you will find this to be the right chair for you.
In addition, it's uncomfortable, made of cheap materials, and flimsy (the arms rotate 360 degrees, making them utterly useless for, you know, resting your arms on.)
Plus it came in so much massive, bulky, ecologically unfriendly packaging that I discarded it (since it would have occupied more than half my living room), and therefore can't return this completely useless chair.