Diaphragm tracking technology. It is the difference between the sound quality found in the best loudspeakers today, and the sound of perfection. It is klaraT®.
A complex and finicky creature, sound is not easily tamed. Speakers and headphones contain huge variations—between brands and within brands. That’s because even the most expensive speakers are adjusted one time only, using lasers to calibrate their excursion limits to give you the best sound. But
what happens after the speaker is sent to the consumer? And how will their performance degrade over time? If sound is a complicated and delicate beast at best, what can a one-time calibration really do for sound quality?
With klaraT®, each speaker’s diaphragm is monitored in real-time, using a proprietary subVo sensor that calibrates every sound to near perfection with less than 1% distortion. This is comparable, and in some cases exceeds the performance of the laser. But instead of a single calibration, each sound is perfected in real time.
klaraT® by subVo® uses proprietary sensor technology to track and monitor the exact position of the cone at any given moment allowing for the amplifier to calibrate, correct and produce perfect sound reproduction with zero lag time.
This patented technology can be utilized in the largest and most sophisticated of systems at live concerts, to a tiny, paper-thin micro- speaker inside a smartphone, tablet or laptop.
klaraT by subVo. The sound of perfection.
Consisting of unique sensor technology
and software algorithms, klaraT® is the patent-pending speaker tracking technology that provides near-perfect sound on any device.
The physical constraints of current speakers today are many. In fact, the basic design of a loudspeaker hasn’t changed since Peter Jensen and Edwin Pridham premiered the first Magnavox (Latin for big voice) to an audience of 75,000 in San Francisco Square on Christmas Eve in 1915. The moving coil technology still in use today was patented in 1924 by Chester Rice and Edward Kellogg. Truth be told, the constraints on modern-day speakers are the same today as they were ninety-six years ago. And that’s because until now, speaker performance was literally a juggling act. Juggling with the laws of physics to produce the correct dynamics for perfect sound quality.
Utilizing the power of klaraT in any speaker is smart business not only for the manufacturer, but the end-user.
klaraT sensor feedback enables a REDUCTION IN AIRSPACE for cell phones, smart tablets and other thin devices with near perfect clarity.
The klaraT technology produces unprecedented FLAT FREQUENCY RESPONSE even in tight enclosures. The klaraT sensor feedback quells resonant frequencies and amplifies attenuated frequencies to maintain flat frequency response across the entirety of the audio spectrum.
klaraT will REDUCE DISTORTION. With physical limitations such as the mass of, and the spring forces on a diaphragm, the response is non-linear. But with klaraT, the transfer function of the diaphragm is mathematically linearized, reducing distortion dramatically.
With klaraT, speakers are protected with absolute confidence. As a speaker is pushed to its limits, our sensor feedback will PREVENT OVER-EXCURSION, saving the speaker from permanent damage.
The klaraT technology enables each speaker to SELF-CALIBRATE. All speakers have slightly different specs and performance as they roll off the production line. With self-calibration this disparity is eliminated completely.
klaraT feedback brings sound into crisp focus with its flat frequency response and reduced distortion.
VOICES ARE CLEARER and more intelligible and sounds are faithfully reproduced.
Saving money is the bottom line of any business and with klaraT, costs can be significantly reduced by ELIMINATING EXPENSIVE AND TIME CONSUMING CALIBRATION, BINNING AND SORTING, DURING PRODUCTION. Even using cost-efficient materials with less than ideal acoustical properties is acceptable with klaraT. The sensor feedback will make up the difference.