Warwick Audio Brings Advanced Audio Technology R&D To MIRA Technology Park
The result of 10 years of patented research, Warwick Audio’s High Precision Electrostatic Laminate (HPEL) transducers deliver the ultimate in high resolution audio reproduction in a thin, lightweight and flexible package, making them ideal for a host of applications, including innovative in-car entertainment systems. Most recently, the transducers have been used in the SonomaTM Model One, a high-end audiophile headphone system, which has won already multiple industry awards for the quality of its listening experience.
Car interiors present a particularly challenging environment for the audio designer. Style and weight have always been a significant consideration in the modern automotive industry, where an array of technology is now an expected part of the driving experience. Space is also at a particular premium. As we move towards autonomous driving experiences, manufacturers are starting to focus on providing comfortable living spaces and improving the in-car experience. In-car entertainment will be at the forefront of the next generation automotive experience with the provision of high-quality audio a major part of that experience, especially as electrification makes vehicles quieter,
Manufactured exclusively in the UK, Warwick Audio’s HPEL transducer technology presents a disruptive solution to improving In-car entertainment. Small, flexible, ultra-thin laminate speaker panels can be incorporated into spaces where other loudspeakers simply would not fit. They can be formed into the surface of doors, door pillars, roof linings or even in headrests without compromising those structures. This technology promises to bring a Hi-ResTM Audio surround sound experience to vehicles for the first time, raising the bar of what can be expected of sound reproduction in an automotive environment.