Several product changes have been implemented into Focusonics® directional speakers aiming to improve the experience for its users. Both Model A and Model B speaker advancements feature a more compact wireless speaker design, sound play trigger from external sensors, and else.
While the slim form factor is maintained, all electronics are now integrated into the speaker enclosure. This update makes the installation and setup of Focusonics® speakers more convenient.
Several engineering improvements were made to the speakers’ transducers. This resulted in an increased maximum volume of sound coming from the Focusonics® sound focusing speakers.
Like their predecessors, new ultrasonic speaker models offer Bluetooth and line-in audio input connections making it easy to integrate the Focusonics®directional speakers into your application of choice.
Both models are now available in either black or white colors. This design quality allows for better integration with various interior spaces by color-matching the environments.
The new focused sound speakers have an integrated external trigger that can be combined with, for example, a motion sensor to trigger a play of an audio recording on demand. The trigger controls the playback of an audio track on a connected Bluetooth device. This feature is extremely useful in museum and art gallery settings where the same audio track needs to be played over and over again when a visitor is within the sensor range.
These advancements have been implemented to make Focusonics® directional speakers more compact, easier to use, and more convenient to integrate into the environment.