EUPHO’s ranges of design speakers is a patented invention involving the design of acoustic structure of the speaker that produces sound so life-like and superior that it is just as though a live performance is playing right in front of you.
Up until now, most people have to find a compromise between speaker size, weight and sound quality. Speakers are big so that they can reproduce the bass of the audio, and heavy to eliminate the vibration that comes from the interior components, air movement and pressure in the speaker. Broadly, the sound of a speaker is produced by converting the electrical signal from a playing device into sound waves. A driver in the speaker does that by rapidly vibrating, thus creating air movement (and sound waves).
To produce quality sound in a very compact space, Eupho redesigns the acoustic structure of the speaker so that the components of the speaker (the driver and a pair of passive radiators) and the pressured air movements vibrate in orchestrated directions. These orchestrated vibrations balance each other out perfectly, thereby turning energy waste in the form of vibration into reinforced quality sound.
The UB+ EUPHO E3 Speaker incorporates the best elements of traditional speaker design, by using a spherical enclosure, and the latest audio and wireless technology, to create a large size speaker, that is suited for wireless devices in this age of mobility.
The sphere is known to be the most ideal shape for the design of a speaker enclosure, due to the least amount of ripples in the frequency response. With the UB+ EUPHO Speaker design, the spherical form, together with the use of a single full range driver and design digital amplifier, provides the most optimal factors for sound radiation.
The driver and the passive radiators are aligned, which means that all sound ranges – treble, mid-range and bass – are emitted from the same axis. This results in the point source effect, which allows the different sound ranges to arrive at the listener at the same time, thus producing a life-like sound that is able to replicate the original recording. In most other speakers, the sound ranges are emitted from different parts of a speaker or from different drivers, and therefore a different distance from the listener. These sounds arrive not all at once, but rather in a series of close successiveness resulting in a time-shifted effect.
UB+ Eupho range speakers embedded with a minimal external vibration due to the orchestrated movements between the components of the speaker and the air within, which enables Eupho to be extremely light and portable without sacrificing sound quality. Under comparison, most other speakers are designed to be heavy in order to absorb these external vibrations.
The energy that would otherwise be lost through external vibration is now conserved and channeled into delivering better sound and longer battery life, thereby improving the overall energy efficiency of the speaker.
The spherical form results in the speaker enclosure having a high compressive strength, together with its patented unibody design.
True Wireless System (TWS) is a wireless technology that allows two speakers to connect, sync, and play audio simultaneously. Stream audio from your phone via Bluetooth/NFC and use TWS to double your audio output and play across bigger spaces!
This version is the continuation of Low Energy LE. Its speed is 48MBps (double than last version). It can be connected up to distance of 300 meters or 985 feet (4 times of last version). The ISM band ranges from 2.4-2.485 GHz. One little disappointing thing for users is that it don’t have any backward compatibility with its old or previous versions. It requires new hardware which should be latest and advanced so that those devices meet the requirements of Bluetooth v5.0 to run it smoothly.
Qualcomm® aptX™ audio enhances the wireless sound quality of many of the world’s finest smartphones, speakers, soundbars, headphones and tablets. With aptX, music lovers can enjoy wired quality sound - wirelessly.
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