If you’re one of those riders who like to spend hours leisurely cruising along highways, listening to music that makes your ride more enjoyable, you may want to keep your eyes peeled for this one. The Headwave TAG is an adhesive acoustic device that is called a Concert Capsule, and fits onto your helmet and literally makes music through vibrations.
Yes, you read that right. It doesn’t have any speakers that you’ll need to stick inside your helmet and slightly change the way it fits. It turns your helmet into a music device and harnesses vibrational energy from an Exciter, which in-turn sends audio waves through your helmet itself, for a rather unconventional surround sound experience.
If you except that the Headwave TAG is the ultimate HiFi music listening device you should probably not buy it. The Headwave TAG will not impress any sophisticated music lover, actually it has problem competing on sound quality with my standard in-ear buds from my Samsung Galaxy 7 phone. I’m not really a fan of hard rock music, but one of my friends said that music with more bass-intensive tracks sound better…
So, if you’d like to see what a musical vibration skull feels like, you should definitely examine this device closer. The Headwave TAG sells in Europe for around 299 Euro (which is about 11,500 THB), I believe they also sell the Headwave TAG on Amazon.