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Ganymede: A MEMS Loudspeaker

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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. Ganymede comes in two versions: Achelous and Adap. Check out our presentation on Google Slides or view our

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Taygete: A 3D Surround Sound Headset

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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 on our website

Megaclite: A USB-C Earphone

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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

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How high is the power consumption of USound MEMS speakers?

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updated April 18, 2019 First, we should clarify how power consumption is typically measured with electro-dynamic speakers or BAs. Since the impedance of these speakers is roughly constant over frequency (typically 4, 8 or 32Ω), this impedance value is taken as “nominal”. With this, a very simple transformation from a result obtained with a constant voltage into a result with

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