Archive July 2017
The Sonoma Model One is the world’s first high-end headphone to utilise the High Precision Electrostatic Laminate transducer developed by Warwick Audio Technologies in the UK. Xi would like to congratulate the team at Warwick Audio for creating a product which the industry has rated so highly. Our continuous work with Warwick to push the boundaries of audio technology and accelerate the technical development is both a pleasure and a challenge which we embrace.
Xi are pleased to announce that Dr Jutta Stauber of Xi Engineering Consultants (Xi) will be presenting her peer reviewed paper at the ICSV24 conference in London this month. Jutta's paper, Tonal Noise Mitigation on Wind Turbines, comments on the effectiveness of different damping solutions for reducing tonal acoustic emissions from wind turbines. The paper is based off of acoustic and vibration data collected by Xi before and after the installation of damping materials on wind turbines.
Dr Brett Marmo, Xi Engineering's Technical Director, was invited to present his paper on underwater acoustics at the international acoustic event held in Boston this year. Acoustics'17 Boston was hosted by the Acoustical Society of America from the 25th to the 29th of June and is the 173rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America.
The article has come as a result of Xi Engineering's contributions to the product development and design optimisation of new High-Precision Electrostatic Laminate Transducers used to produce the Sonoma Model One headphone. You can read the full article in the COMSOL News 2017 here.