Feonic delivers more than typical in wall speakers
Unique Micro Vibration Audio: Feonic audio devices deliver wide bandwidth micro-vibrations less than 0.002% of other electro- mechanical devices which is why they do not disturb or damage structures or existing plaster work.
Listed Buildings: Applicable to grade 1 listed buildings, historic wooden wall panelling systems, and many other traditional construction methods. Feonic technology has a long heritage in achieving what is assumed to be impossible. The Shire Hall Gallery in Stafford is one such example, where a 250 year old wooden floor was converted to 24 channels of multi zoned wireless invisible audio. Switchable to a single PA channel for music or speech.
PA Sound Reinforcement: Similarly the roof of the 19th Century Christchurch in Morningside, Edinburgh, was converted to an omni-directional PA speaker delivering sufficient crystal clear audio to the congregation below using only six Feonic drives driving the roof trusses.
Outdoor & Waterproof Applications: Designed to IP55 standards, environmental issues such as humidity, rain, sun, frost or snow do not affect Feonic's ability to perform in the harshest environments. Use as outdoor deck speakers (weatherproof) or perhaps in wall speakers for a sauna or wetroom (waterproof speakers).
Marine: Having passed rigorous Japanese salt water tests, our audio equipment has water and humidity resistance that make it an ideal choice for waterproof speakers for marine and yacht based environments.
Infection Control Audio Technology: Feonic technology has no moving parts, requires no maintenance, is impervious to moisture and humidity and resistant to MRSA and other airborne infection. An ideal choice for PA in clean room and other locations like food preparation where hygiene is vital.
Kiosks, Digital Signage, Out of Home Advertising and Transport Information Points: Feonic technology is powerful enough to drive surfaces and structures from the inside. Both sides emit sound so grilles, or speaker vents, are not required. Hiding the sound source reduces vandalism, avoids water ingress and allows cleaner visual lines. Bus shelters, public toilets and other public places can have totally invisible speakers. Effectively waterproof speakers due to being inside the glass, metal, wood, plasterboard or plastic structure. No cleaning issues to worry about, just the original undisturbed smooth surface.
Museum Display Case Sound: Add immersive audio to the glass surfaces of museum display cases and cabinets. Mount one of our smaller F4 audio devices on the inside of the display case glass to provide music, sound effects or spoken language (perhaps many languages?). Maybe the sound of a harp or other musical instrument exhibited inside the case. As the sound decays quickly only those closest to the glass will hear the sound. And no need for potentially dirty headphones. No untidy grilles or visible boxes.