Hi-Res bandwidth can be achieved with a single MEMS speaker.
Easy integration into modern audio systems and MEMS microphones. It is also capable of operating as a piezo microphone.
Enables innovative IDs
MEMS speakers enable modern lightweight and ergonomic designs for wired earphones and TWS.
Unmatched sound quality
MEMS speakers produce clear and vibrant sound immersing the listener into their audio environment.
MEMS speakers for wearables and high-res audio
Adap MEMS speakers are ideal for free-field audio solutions such as wearables. Thanks to its small size and low weight, Adap offers maximum flexibility for outstanding designs approaches. Providing a wide bandwidth, it enables high-res audio applications. Adap produces tangible, clear and rich sound immersing the listener into their personal audio environment.
MEMS speakers for hearables
Achelous MEMS speakers are ideal for in-ear audio solutions such as wired earphones or true wireless systems (TWS). Thanks to its small size and low weight, Achelous, offers maximum flexibility for outstanding design approaches. Achelous produces vivid, clear and rich sound, immersing the listener into their persona audio environment.
The round MEMS speaker is USound’s next-generation micro speaker. Conamara is IPx8 waterproof with a highly competitive SPL and THD, making it the ideal choice for in-ear audio solutions such as wired earphones or true wireless systems (TWS).
Evaluation and development boards
Amalthea is a linear amplifier for piezoelectric speakers. Its frequency range goes up to 80kHz, and it can drive up to 40 Ganymede at once. Amalthea can be used with Carme, a speaker box designed to hold a USound’s Ganymede speakers. It is used to conveniently test the speaker’s performance.
Helike is our common application platform for evaluating rapid prototyping and designing audio solutions using USound devices. The board includes Digital Signal Processor, DAC, and Amplifiers. It is compatible with Raspberry Pi, Arduino and the ST nucleo board.
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