Technological advancement has accelerated close to the speed of sound to keep up with the increasing expectations of the market.
As Taiwan's acoustic industry leader, Jetvox Acoustic has captured the sound-quality demands of customers globally since 2006. "We specialise in sound and we're always looking for ways to improve and meet our customers' requirements," says David Huang, president of Jetvox.
With 30 years of experience as a manufacturer of original equipment, Jetvox produces components in-house to make its drivers stand out in the market. Its state-of-the-art drivers produce the clearest sound definition for various products. Jetvox has a lot of custom-designed technologies and international product patents on the mainland, the United States, Taiwan and Japan.
Among its speciality technologies is signature tuning, which allows Jetvox to customise sound quality and provide companies with their individual signature sound. This technology can tailor sound according to brand image and regional sound characteristics.
The dual dynamic driver speaker is a revolutionary product that has shrunk the home theatre system into an easy-to-carry earphone. "Nobody has broken barriers the way we have - to fit something so big in sound into something so small," Huang says. Jetvox uses two dynamic drivers in one speaker to make the frequency response smoother and wider, creating sound that is more natural and powerful. This technology will be used in gaming, aviation headphones and hearing aids to reproduce vivid and accurate sound.
Jetvox's breakthrough coaxial dynamic driver + balanced armature patent has broken the size limitation for in-ear earphones, while maintaining portability. Its coaxial dual dynamic speaker also opens doors for more advanced dual-driver earphones. This technology can extend the dynamic range to high frequency, increase extensity and make low frequency more powerful.
"We are looking for different corporations to partner with," says Fred Huang, Jetvox's research and development department director. "We want our sound heard all over the world."