Sometimes the built-in speaker on the iPad just doesn't cut it for watching a film or listening to music, which is where the SONIC-Ear can come in handy for effectively pumping up the volume without having to add electronic speakers.
Working on the basic principle of expanding concentrated sound waves in an outward fashion, the SONIC-Ear is specially designed to fit snuggly onto the iPad and iPad Mini. The SONIC-Ear is created using a 3D printer, which is an innovative approach to product design and allows the device to be created in a demand-based market rather than simply supply and demand.
The SONIC-Ear is a cost-effective (around $20) means to amplify the existing speaker of your mobile computing device and enhance it to the level that users prefer.
The SONIC-Ear Helps Enhance Sound Quality Without Complication
1. 3d-printed Acoustic Amplifiers - Producing 3D-printed acoustic amplifiers could be a new trend for innovators looking to improve standard speakers.
2. Demand-based Manufacturing - Creating products for a demand-based market could become a rising trend for designers and manufacturers.
3. Low-cost Audio Enhancers - Developing affordable and high-quality audio enhancers could be a trend in innovation for audiophiles and mobile device users.
1. Audio Equipment - Producers of audio equipment could implement 3D printing technology and demand-based manufacturing to create cost-effective and high-quality speakers.
2. Mobile Technology - Mobile device manufacturers could create more affordable and high-quality audio enhancements for their products using 3D printing technology and innovation.
3. Product Design - Product designers could use demand-based manufacturing to create cost-effective and customizable products like the SONIC-Ear acoustic amplifier.