January 19, 2021 Dallas, TX
For close to 100 years, the world of sound reproduction has been based on Rice and Kellogg’s work. Recently Dinaburg Technology, based in Dallas, TX, was issued their first U.S. patent for an enhanced electro-dynamic loudspeaker design. Mikhail Dinaburg, noted physicist and the patent inventor, uncovered some missing elements in the Rice-Kellogg’s work and set out to prove it. Dinaburg’s patent discloses techniques for higher performance sound reproduction based upon Boyle’s Law. The design techniques enable lower distortion, extended frequency range, higher efficiency, and improved speech intelligibility. The invention has wide applications and scales from a 6 mm earphone driver, to near-field studio monitors, to concert subwoofers.
Dinaburg has taken into consideration factors not commonly considered in electro-acoustic modeling. This out-of-the-box thinking, provided the “loop-hole” in the design rules, providing for the measurement results being better than the predictions from simplistic simulations.
Jim Tuomy, CEO at Phasx Technologies said; “The patented Dinaburg Loudspeaker Alignment opens up an entirely new class of opportunities for small form factor and personal audio. It is my belief that Dinaburg Technology will have a profound impact on the audio industry, likely on the order of Villchur’s 1954 Acoustic Suspension invention.”