How It's Made: Demystifying Wireless Speakers – Dio

14 Mar.,2023


The company has a group of cooperation teams engaged in the cylinder speaker, pop speakers industry for many years, with dedication, innovation spirit and service awareness, and has established a sound quality control and management system to ensure product quality.

Dio Node, however, does not use Bluetooth. This is partly because Bluetooth is unable to offer the robust multi-speaker solution we do, but also partly because Bluetooth’s audio file compression means worse sound quality. To combat this, we instead use Wi-Fi to transmit your phone’s audio to your speakers. And no, I do not mean creating a speaker that connects to the internet to stream directly from Spotify the way Google Home and Amazon Echo do. Instead, Dio Node still transmits from your phone but using a much wider and more powerful radio band than Bluetooth. This band is Wi-Fi, and it ensures no sound quality is lost in transmission to your speaker. In order to receive this, the speaker still uses the same antenna, but needs a slightly better processor to handle converting the Wi-Fi data into actual sound for your driver. This is the last piece of the puzzle in how Dio Node is made!

And that’s it! Just 3 simple things – an antenna, a processor, and a speaker driver – are all that’s needed to create a fully functional speaker! Of course, there is a lot more you can add to make your speaker more than a speaker. For example, smart home speakers often include multiple antenna to send and receive multiple wireless signals across your home and the internet, voice assistant speakers include microphone arrays, and premium speakers include combinations of woofers, tweeters, and mid-range drivers in a particular balance. But here at Dio, we don’t force you to buy anything extra in our product. We just keep it simple with an antenna, a processor, and a speaker driver.

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