The UK-based company just exited stealth mode following a five-year R&D period to enter the automotive audio sector with electrostatic loudspeaker technology that it says provides up to 75% power and weight savings versus conventional systems and uses 100% by mass upcycled and recyclable materials.
UK-based audio technology company, Warwick Acoustics Ltd., believes it is primed to disrupt the $8 billion automotive in-car audio market with its ElectroAcoustic Panels based on patented electrostatic loudspeaker technology.
The company built its automotive offering around technology it developed for high-end headphone systems like the Sonoma Model One, limited-edition 24-kt-gold Aperio, and Bravura. The audio quality of Warwick Acoustics’ electrostatic technology has earned the company over 30 global awards in that space.
With intense automotive R&D having taken place over the last five years, it is now exiting “stealth mode” as the self-proclaimed world’s first audio technology company to engineer electrostatic-based audio systems for automotive applications.
“It is exciting to finally exit ‘stealth mode’ after many years of intense R&D,” said Dr. Mike Grant, CEO of Warwick Acoustics. “While we have proven our electrostatic loudspeaker technology i
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