High quality sound replication has been a difficult task for many years. Discussions have been subjective based on feelings and stories about people with super powers in their ears, and discussions are still going on between analog and digital transmitted sounds. Just listen to enthusiast within gramophones competing with CD’s and digital music.
At Sintex we have been able to translate magnetic performance into high quality sound securing that the frequencies are transferred without distortions all the way from the sound generating instrument all the way to the loudspeakers. By choosing the right magnetic materials with the right properties we are able to help generate the perfect sound.
We have developed simulation systems where we can predict sound performance under a variety of conditions like different temperatures, different amplitude and different power input.
There are two core elements into these systems. A hard and a soft magnetic material, and we will describe some of the potential applications for the soft magnetic composite solutions we have developed in the case and blog below.
Danish speaker manufacturer’s focus on sound led to creation of a world-class loudspeaker solution. SMCs have never previously been used in speakers…