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Huawei focuses on audio with the speaker Sound

2021-03-02T11:19:32.622Z

Huawei Sound was born from the partnership with the French Devialet (ANSA) Not just smartphones. Huawei has been fully focused on the consumer technology market for years now. Among the mobile phones of the "P", "Mate" and MateBook series, the Sound range, dedicated to audio, is of particular interest. The giant from Shenzen has therefore renewed the family with a portable, wireless and extremely "smart" speaker. Huawei Sound was born from the partnership with Devialet,



Not just smartphones.

Huawei has been fully focused on the consumer technology market for years now.

Among the mobile phones of the "P", "Mate" and MateBook series, the Sound range, dedicated to audio, is of particular interest.

The giant from Shenzen has therefore renewed the family with a portable, wireless and extremely "smart" speaker.

Huawei Sound was born from the partnership with Devialet, a French company specializing in speakers and amplifiers.

Reduced in weight and size compared to the predecessor Sound X, and with greater audio power, the speaker offers a 4-inch 40 Watt woofer and three 5 Watt full-range speakers.

Thanks to Devialet's Push-Push configuration, the two passive radiators reinforce each other to counteract vibrations.

This substantially reduces the presence of noise distortion resulting from reverberation of diaphragms and ensures stability of sound and high volume settings (up to 90 dB).

Completing it is Devialet's SAM technology, which promises a 360-degree immersion in sound, guaranteeing an advanced and quality acoustic experience.

Space, on the other hand, is the technology of the French company to faithfully reproduce the acoustics of theaters and concert halls, even in a room with not exaggerated dimensions.

All this thanks to four sound effects that enrich the listening experience: Devialet Space Soundstage, Vocals, Hi-Fi and Bass, which adds more depth to the audio.

The speaker also supports Bluetooth LDAC codecs with transfer rates up to 990 kbps.

Huawei Sound incorporates a tap-to-transfer function, through which the user can direct the audio playback of the phone to the speaker simply by touching the latter with the smartphone.

Sound is available for pre-order at a price of 199.90 euros on the Huawei Store.


Source: ansa

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