Designed for audio glasses
Adap is originally designed to take audio glasses and AR/VR glasses to the next level. With a thin form factor of 1.6 mm, Adap MEMS loudspeakers maximize design capabilities for a seamless audio module design that adapts to the glasses’ space constraints and shape.
Adap’s high-frequency response (up to 35 kHz) delivers precise and natural audio, providing a superb listening experience for users of audio and AR/VR glasses.
No heat emission
The lack of heat emission maximizes the user comfort and makes Adap the ideal sound source for acoustic measurements where stable performance and temperature are required.
The automated and batch manufacturing of USound MEMS speakers allows for lower production costs and tighter tolerances levels.
The ideal MEMS loudspeaker for audio, AR and VR glasses
USound’s Adap MEMS speakers are perfect for miniaturized devices with high component density. Thanks to the thin form factor of the MEMS loudspeaker, a two-way audio module can be designed to enhance glasses with an appealing sound.
Save space with the thinnest speaker
USound’s Adap MEMS speakers are perfect for miniaturized devices with high component density. Thanks to the thin form factor of the MEMS loudspeaker, a two-way audio module can be designed. By splitting the audio across two components they can be arranged in more flexible ways, retaining the audio performance of an otherwise large single component, allowing for more variable industrial designs and at the same time, saving space for other sensors and components, making it possible to improve your design with add-on features.
Crafted with the best-in-class ratio between acoustic performance and thickness
USound’s cutting-edge technology enables MEMS-based microspeakers with outstanding precision and manufacturing repeatability. This technical innovation makes Adap MEMS speakers the ideal loudspeakers for high-performing audio glasses, where superb audio accuracy and Hi-Res audio are desired, without having to sacrifice a sleek form factor.
Resonance frequency: 2.9 kHz
Capacity: 27 nF
Size: 6.7 x 4.7 x 1.58 mm
SPL @ 4 Hz / 15 VP: 71 dB
THD @ 4 kHz / 5 VP: 5%
Adap UT-P2023 DatasheetDownload
Proteus 1.0 UY-E2010
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