For any company looking to expand its market coverage into Europe and beyond, ISE is a must-attend show – and that’s what brings first time exhibitor Eogo Sound and its Eogo Invisible Speaker to Amsterdam. For the past 13 years, the company has focused its efforts on its native market, opening some 200 demonstration centres throughout China, but is now looking to bring its capabilities to a wider audience.
The Invisible Speaker, which the company claims to be the world’s thinnest at just 3.35cm, is designed to be completely concealed in the wall or ceiling. It is intended for both consumer applications such as home cinema or background music, or for professional applications in retail and restaurants.
Eogo Sound describes the speaker as an ‘area sound source’ rather than a ‘point sound source’. These attributes benefit from what Eogo Sound calls Polymeric Acoustic Transmission Fibre Powder, a patented solution designed primarily to solve the problem of wastage of sound quality caused by conventional putty powder – making the sound more real and vivid.
The Invisible Speaker range comprises seven models with rated power from 20W to 80W. All feature distortion levels of less than 0.1%.