Audio Pixels (ASX:AKP) closes strong on ASX. Here’s why

Highlights

  • Audio Pixels shared details about a recent technological development that allows the Company to extend the application of its existing digital sound reconstruction (DSR) loudspeaker technologies for use in the earphone/ headphone marketplace.
  • The Company stated that the recent development has led to an innovation that permits an entirely new method to control the sound volume produced by AKP’s DSRChip.

ASX-listed Company which develops audio speakers Audio Pixels Holdings Limited (ASX:AKP), on Tuesday, informed about a different technological development that allows the Company to extend the application of its existing digital sound reconstruction (DSR) loudspeaker technologies for use in the earphone/ headphone marketplace.  

This development, originally conceived to improve the efficiency of its loudspeaker technologies, has led to an innovation that permits an entirely new method to control the sound volume produced by AKP’s DSRChip. This new approach supports the production of sound pressure levels compatible within and near-ear usage (i.e. earbuds, airphones and headphones) without making any compromise with the audio resolution.   

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According to the announcement, measurements have been taken of the Company’s current DSRchip’s in line with industry-standard (IEC 60318-4 occluded ear simulator), producing impressive results when benchmarked against a popular, high-end brand of earphones. While the Company continues to maintain its consistent responsibility and concentrate on revolutionising the century-old speaker technologies, it appears that with relatively minimal refinements, Audio Pixel’s present generation of loudspeaker technologies may be applicable to include the estimated AU$30 billion annual earphone/headphone marketplace.  

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Meanwhile, the stock AKP closed at AU$25.500 per share on ASX, up by 6.338% compared to the previous close.

 Bottom Line:

This new approach supports the production of sound pressure levels compatible within and near-ear usage (i.e. earbuds, airphones and headphones) without making any compromise with the audio resolution.   

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