Screaming Deal On A "Cool" Gaming Chair

Posted on Dec 5 2008 - 9:36am by Russ

Pyramat Wireless PC Gaming Chair

Let me start off by saying… I never thought I would be writing about a gaming chair… it is sooo 40-year old virgin.  Either way… this thing is actually cool… and the price is amazing for what you get.  Read on to see why I am so excited about a gaming chair.

So why am I, the non-gamer, so excited about the Pyramat Wireless PC Gaming Chair?  The chair is available for only $144.99 (was $249.99) and has free shipping.  I have paid more for a crappy office chair without all the accoutrements.  Also, the chair could actually pass for an office chair… it looks good. The chair has two built-in 1.5-inch full range speakers and a 4-inch powered subwoofer.  The Pyramat also comes with a wireless transmitter so you don’t have to run audio cables to it.  You can either plug the chair in to the wall for power, or use the rechargeable battery for 5 hours.

Pyramat speaker pyramat subwoofer

Pyramat’s PC Gaming Chair 2.1 enhances the games you play on your PC as well as all your PC-based entertainment–from music to movies–with two built-in full-range speakers as well as a Powersub subwoofer. The combination of meticulous audio clarity with the built-in subwoofer produces an immersive gaming experience that brings you closer to the action. It comes with a digital wireless transmitter (working on the 2.4 GHz frequency) that you plug into your PC’s line-out/headphone jack (with included 3.5mm cable), which then streams audio from your PC to the chair’s speakers.

The comfortably padded chair features a breathable micro-fiber upholstery, and the chair also features a pneumatic height adjustment and locking tilt control. It’s supplemented with two speakers at the top of the chair with 1.5-inch ARX drivers for a precise, full range of sound, as well as a 4-inch Powersub subwoofer built into the back of the chair for deep, rumbling bass. A controller with an LED display resides on the end of the left armrest, and it includes bass control, headphone output, and a line-in port. It also provides a wireless channel selector, wireless transmission on/off, and volume control.

The chair is powered by a rechargeable battery, which provides between 4 and 5 hours of battery life. It can also be powered by the included DC power adapter. It’s backed by a 90-day limited warranty. Assembly required.


  • Total RMS power: 21 watts
  • Total peak power: 21 watts
  • Signal-to-noise ratio: 76 dB
  • Frequency response range: 250 to 2000 Hz

PS2, PS3, XBox, XBox 360, Wii, Game Cube, Nintendo DS, DS Lite, PSP, iPod, TV, VCR, DVD, and MP3 players

What’s in the Box?
Seat cushion, back cushion, right and left arm rests, seat plate, gas lift, star base, digital wireless transmitter (with power adapter), DC switch power adapter, 6-foot 3.5mm audio cable, hex wrench, printed user manual

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  1. JONI BOROVAY June 20, 2020 at 6:18 pm -

    Love the chairs . I have 2 but I need to replace the arm rest and the seat. where can I buy them or order them. I have the Pyramat 2.1 PC gaming chairs.

    Please can you help me.

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