If you insist on your home speaker system being caught as it is noisy, good news: the alpha synge cell has arrived and what is charged as “the first triphonic speaker of the world” looks like little Other audio. Handworking from the former apple designer Christopher Stringer – who worked on the HomePod, among other things – the first model of the startup aims to advance the spatial audio as the surround sound music traction.
This is not the first to try that, of course. Amazon’s Echo Studio Supports Spatial Audio – which is now grouped with unlimited Amazon music at no additional cost – while SRS-Ra5000 from Sony has taken care of the company’s 360 audio format.
The synge approach is more expensive than both. The $ 1,799 burst looks more like a 360-degree camera than a speaker, with a table table option or a floor support option for $ 1,969. Inside, there are two balanced subwoofers, as well as a three-horned “tripephone” that projects ring around the room.
With it, syng claims, it can fire audio “with identification accuracy” in your space, even with a single unit. The resulting triphone audio can be left in auto mode, virtualization of any speaker matrix style to model according to the acoustic conditions of the room; Three microphones are walls and other factors, as well as the location of other speakers. Otherwise, listeners can choose their own placement and location of virtual speakers.
“A cell can fill a room with a complete range of range for any type of content,” says Syng. “The addition of a second cell makes your sound field bigger and more powerful and opens new positioning and fitness avenues. Three cells create a completely immersive sound field.”
It is controlled via the SYNG Space application – available for iOS initially, with the Android version arriving later – that manages the entries and positioning of the audio. For example, you can drag the reading closer or further from each alpha cell, depending on your sitting location. During the summer, the Syng stated that it will be assisted in multi-piece reading if you have alpha cell speakers in different spaces.
For entry, there is support for Apple Airplay 2 and Spotify Connect for wireless, on WiFi, plus two USB-C ports that will work with wired entries. A next SYNG link link cable will add an ear holder for compatible TVs. In addition, the application, there is a control ring on the speaker itself that manages the bases such as reading / paushing and adjusting the volume.
However, it is not, however, is another 360 reality audio audio conference or Dolby Atmos. Instead, Syng proposed another spatial audio format – which it describes as an “object-based architecture” – which it hoped will catch producers, artists and other music creators. If this will actually happen will help decide if the $ 1.8K speaker is the next big audio thing at home, or just another costly curio. It will ship this summer.
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