KickPort drum insert: A must-have accessory to boost your bottom end [review]

Posted: April 30, 2010 in Audio Gear, Gadgets, Music, Review
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When it was launched in 2009, the KickPort created a genuine buzz within the music industry. A simple device that is easily fitted to the front bass drum head, it claims to ingeniously enhance low frequencies. While its rise seems to have been meteoric, its development was anything but, as the small US-based team responsible spent years perfecting the design before marketing it.

The KickPort is made of acoustically-specified plastic, rubber and foam. Its main component is a 4″-long pipe which flares out in the style of a horn at the front end to a diameter of 5.25″. A rubber cup is attached to the outside of the pipe half way along its length. The cup is shaped to follow the contours of the flared section of the pipe. [read]  :: KickPort Official Site

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