|SOUND EFFECT||ACOUSTIC TECHNOLOGY|
Bringing you live scenes
The live sound effects of SKYWORTH AUDIO LIVETM completely remove the limitations from soundtrack hardware. Through algorithmic modeling and mono channel, you can also enjoy the flowing sound effects around you, making you feel like you at a live event. SKYWORTH AUDIO LIVETM can also intelligently identify human voices and bass sound in the audio signal in real time and perform enhancement processing to make the dialogue clearer and the bass more vibrant.
Sound Field technology
Thanks to the self-developed SKYWORTH AUDIO SKY ECHOTM sound field technology, SKWORTH takes the lead in the industry, building "sky echo" into its groundbreaking TVs. With “sky echo”, the sound is reflected from the ceiling, creating live scenes in your living room, like rain, flying planes and birds singing. With precise directional technology, the sky sound field creates an immersive listening experience.
Professional Subwoofer built into TV
Superior Sound Definition Anywhere in the Room
Superior Sound Definition
Anywhere in the Room
SKYWORTH AUDIO GLASS SOUNDTM is a new type of acoustics technology introduced by SKYWORTH. It uses a whole sheet of glass as the diaphragm and distributes several electromagnetic drivers evenly across the glass, causing it to vibrate and produce sounds. Sound waves are produced by the entire surface rather than at individual points. This shift ensures a clear sound transmission and an evenly distributed sound field. The technology reproduces the sounds of live scenes so that users can enjoy the best sound experience anywhere in the room.
The Importance of Choosing the Right Glass Materials
Glass selection and thickness is key to this technology. For instance, for SKYWORTH W92, the first model that features SKYWORTH AUDIO GLASS SOUND, SKYWORTH carefully screened and selected a renowned supplier based on the overall product structure, to provide 0.7mm thick double-sided tempered glass to pursue the perfect balance of sound pressure level and frequency. Why is it 0.7mm? If it is too thin, there will be a lack of strength and the glass can easily deform, causing a distortion in the sound quality. On the contrary, if it is too thick, the glass will not be able to transmit the sound effectively, resulting in a lower sound pressure and insufficient treble bandwidth.
From Static to Levitating, Delivering a Deeper Bass
Meanwhile, to optimize the performance of the bass sound, Microporous and Soft Polyurethane Foam Elastomer has been added in between the electromagnetic drivers and vibrating glass, creating a better shock absorption and buffering effect for longer vibration strokes and increased sound pressure to make the low bass deeper*.
(*SKYWORTH AUDIO GLASS SOUND™ may slightly differ in each model. Please refer to the actual product.)
Maximizing the potential of sound effects