Graphene Drivers: Everything You Need To Know
September 21, 2020 | Graphene Drivers, Smart Computers, Technology | No Comments
New inventions and innovations are evolving the world of technology every day and introducing us to new possibilities. The audio industry too is experiencing a revolution with the introduction of Graphene drivers and graphene coating diaphragms in audio devices such as speakers, microphones, headphones and even wireless earbuds. Yet new to the market graphene shows the potential to evolve all sorts of products from audio devices to smart computers and even shoes.
Currently researchers from all over the world are studying and experimenting with graphene to put the potential of this “wonder material” to good use. While a lot is yet to be explored, here are some basic things you should know about graphene.
What is Graphene?
Graphene is a two dimensional one atom thick film. Graphene is the basic structural element of other carbon variants (allotropes), including graphite, charcoal, and carbon nanotubes.
Advantages of Graphene
- Graphene promises lower distortion,
- Increased bandwidth,
- Improved transient response,
- It is more than 200 times stronger than high-strength steel
- can efficiently conduct heat and electricity.
- Known to provide good acoustical properties
- and a host of other potential improvements over the standard materials
Even with such promising properties. Still, as with most new materials, a significant amount of research and development is necessary to fully take advantage of graphene’s properties.
Graphene Drivers Vs Dynamic Drivers
The moving coil drivers or the dynamic drivers, use an electrically charged voice coil to move a cone and create sound waves. The heavier a speaker’s cone, the harder is to drive.
As graphene has an incredible strength-to-weight ratio, graphene drivers can cut down on the amount of power that’s required to move the coil back and forth, creating better efficiency, and in theory, better sound. Thus, Earphones with graphene drivers are comparably light weight and more compact.
Graphene Driver Technology in HiFuture Earphones
The HiFuture Earphones make use of Graphene Coating Diaphragms to give you the best HiRes Audio experience.
Although the production of this material is complex and time consuming. The HiFuture Group with its own manufacturing and R&D setups is able to develop and manufacture products with graphene coating diaphragm at commercial levels. This enables music lovers all over the world to experience HiRes Audio and premium quality at an affordable price.
HiFuture Earphones That Use Graphene Drivers
The HiFuture FreeAir, FlyAir and TidyBuds Pro TWS EarBuds use Graphene Coating Diaphragm which enables them to give a truly premium audio experience even in a lightweight and compact design.
Apart from this HiFuture earphones are powered with Ultra Bass Technology and HiFuture Soft Bass Sound to give music lovers a truly complete HiRes Audio experience.
All HiFuture earphones are designed keeping quality and the user’s comfort in mind. Get the HiFuture Earbuds today for a mesmerizing and premium audio experience.