Iocaste is a fully-integrated audio system that can be placed inside eyewear temples. With a thickness as low as 5 mm, It features a Bluetooth controller, 2 woofers, 4 MEMS tweeters, 2 microphones with beam forming, a power management for standard 3.7 V batteries and a 32 bit low-power micro-controller (ARM Cortex-M4). USound delivers the module with audio filters presets.
With their compact size, Ganymede speakers (Achelous and Adap) are ideal for in-ear headphones design, wearables such as true-wireless headsets. As the perfect addition to a traditional speaker, it is easily retrofitted into standard enclosures to improve treble or implement 3D-audio systems. Check out our presentation on Google Slides or view our additional resources: Achelous datasheet Adap datasheet
Taygete is a pair of headphones equipped with tweeter arrays surrounding the ears, amplifiers and a USB interface behaving as a 16-channels soundcard. As an evaluation kit, developers can implement and test own algorithms. Reaper session with pre-processed files demonstrating a 3D effect. Check out our presentation on Google Slides or view our additional resources: Taygete brochure
Megaclite is a wired USB-C headset based on the USound piezo MEMS loudspeaker technology. It features a brand new and unique ear bud design and very thin wires from the ear buds to the control clip. It presents a distinctive sound quality that differentiates from balanced armature and electrodynamic earphone designs. Bass response is clean and strong. Check out our
If comparing the USound MEMS speakers to conventional and Balanced Armature speakers a few inherent advantages present themselves: Smaller size; especially the flatness of USound MEMS speakers is unbeatable Practically no heat generation (especially compared to the electrodynamic speakers) Much lower mass; overall less mass and lower moving mass -> lower vibrations No electromagnetic radiation To describe these advantages in more
MEMS in general MEMS is the abbreviation of Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems. This is the technology of microscopic devices, particularly those with moving parts. Thus, MEMS have both mechanic and electronic components. MEMS are usually made up of microsensors, microactuators, microelectronics and/or microstructures. Both the electronic circuits as well as the mechanical devices are manufactured in a silicon chip, similar to the