What’s so special about it?
A chair is still a chair, even when there’s no one sittin’ there… are lyrics of a very popular song by Luther Vandross. He might be completely right about that, though.
How important is a chair in your home studio you already know right? Well, we will not give you a lecture about that. What would really like to emphasize here is how important is that your chair gives you the ability to keep a right posture. Investment in the quality chair is probably the most important investment you as a producer have ever made. But before we are dealing with our ErgoX chair let’s give you an idea how we suppose to sit.
- Push your hips as far back as they can go in the chair.
- Adjust the seat height so your feet are flat on the floor and your knees equal to, or slightly lower than, your hips.
- Adjust the back of the chair to a 100°-110° reclined angle.
- Adjust the armrests (if fitted) so that your shoulders are relaxed.
To be able to do all of that, your chair should be of right dimensions for your posture and equipped with some features allowing you to adjust: it’s height, back support, head support, the angle of sitting position, armrest height and angle. ErgoX studio Chair design is all about different adjustments in order to support your body in proper sitting position, prevent sweating and giving you incomparable comfort during long working hours. Not only that you will be able to set your proper height, ErgoX studio chair has adjustable back support, head support and even angle and height of the armrest to be perfectly adjusted to match your desk height and angle (check pictures below).
Quality mesh on the back takes care of body “ventilation” preventing sweating. Aluminum base with 5 casters is stable and robust. Lock function will lock the chair in the position. Unlock the chair and chill leaning backward while listening to your mix. Futuristic design following our pattern to be a perfect match to any of our desk models. Technical details about ErgoX can be found here.
Adjustable armrest in different directions
Adjustable Headrest, lumbar support and armrest in height.
Author: Danny Galich