THE PUREST SOUND IN THE WORLD FROM THE ONLY RIGID AUDIO DRIVER IN OPERATION.

The unique, patented acousticWING™ is the world’s first rigid audio driver.

It generates sound via a principle that is in total opposition to the approach used by an entire industry. Where today’s conventional cone speakers use flexible materials and a floppy piston-action to make sound, the acousticWING™ is rigid in both materials and motion. It is the first true revolution in sound reproduction in almost 100 years.
To summarise the technology in just three words, the acousticWING™ is rigid not floppy.

A MARVEL OF ENGINEERING
The acousticWING™ is light years ahead of conventional technology in terms of technical advances, measurable performance advantages and ease of manufacturing. This revolutionary patented technology, developed over more than a decade, delivers superior acoustic performance while negating the need for the over-exacting manufacturing tolerances that today’s conventional cone driver designs require, but rarely achieve.

The acousticWING™ makes it possible to deliver the best sound ever heard, at the heart of ear buds, headphones, portable speakers, home-audio systems, automotive, televisions, mobile phones and computers, to the widest audience on earth.

RESONANCE-DISTORTION –THE PROBLEM WITH TODAY’S CONE AUDIO DRIVERS

Today, virtually every sound device on the planet uses conventional cone audio speaker drivers. Based on 100 year old principles, when steam trains were the big thing, cone speakers operate using a trampoline-like suspension and a floppy-piston action to move air and make sound.

This jelly-like movement shakes masses of unwanted vibrations (resonance-distortion) into your music, significantly polluting the quality of the original audio.

So, no matter what sound device you are listening to; headphones, wireless speaker, car audio, mobile phone, and no matter what price you paid for it, a floppy cone speaker driver is at the heart of every audio device, generating resonance-distortion that pollutes the sound quality and ruins your listening experience. This resonance cannot be eliminated, it can only be managed.

For the first time in 100 years of audio reproduction, resonance no longer has to be managed, it has been eliminated at the source.