Hybrid Open-back Ear Speaker

Hybrid Open-back MEMS Ear Speaker

H.O.M.E.S

H.O.M.E.S is the ground breaking technique developed solely by Soranik to fully maximise the potential of MEMS in-ear speakers.

Open headphones are known for their wider and more natural soundstage, allowing the listener to feel as if they are in a larger acoustic space. The open design prevents sound from being trapped inside the ear cups, creating a more spacious and airy audio experience.

Taking the advantages of MEMS speakers strength in natural sound reproduction H.O.M.E.S was developed to further improve the one-of-a-kind signature even further.

FIRST EVER TRULY OPEN IN-EAR SPEAKER

Unlike conventional in-ear monitors (IEMs) with closed ear canal resonances, Soranik’s Truly Open design allows air to thoroughly radiate both inside and outside the ear canal, mirroring the open-ended resonance found in open-back full-sized headphones. This groundbreaking approach overcomes the limitations of traditional IEMs, offering a more realistic and dynamically rich sound-staging perception.

At the same time, the lack of a closed enclosure minimises internal reflections and resonances within the ear. This contributes to a cleaner and more accurate audio reproduction, allowing listeners to hear fine details and subtle nuances in the music.

Traditional IEMs in-canal resonance illustration

Soranik Hybrid Open Ear Speaker in-canal resonance illustration

MAXIMIZING MEMS SPEAKERS’ PERFORMANCE

Open headphones are known for their wider and more natural soundstage, allowing the listener to feel as if they are in a larger acoustic space. Taking the advantages of MEMS speakers strength in natural sound reproduction, the open design H.O.M.E.S was developed to prevent sound from being trapped inside the earpiece, creating an even more spacious and airy audio experience.

xMEMS speaker’s diaphragm in motion animation
USOUND speaker’s diaphragm in motion animation

MEMS & BALANCED ARMATURES

First ever hybrid MEMS speakers – BAs configuration in the world.

Back ported Balanced Armature driver’s tubing

Contrary to conventional Balanced Armature tuning technique of attaching the BA’s spout directly to its tubing, in order to increase soundstaging and imaging, the tubing system is also back ported to release air pressure to outer environment, while at the same time provides better ventilation, leading to increased comfort during extended listening sessions