USound unveils Kore 4.0; a customizable audio solution for mid and high-volume applications

USound, a global provider of MEMS-based audio technology, launches Kore 4.0. According to the company, Kore 4.0 is an innovative, fully integrated audio module that incorporates Usound’s Tarvos—a brand new ultra-low power audio amplifier, and Conamara—its latest generation of MEMS loudspeakers. With its compact form factor and low power consumption, Kore 4.0 is reportedly an ideal match for over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids, delivering unparalleled audio performance.

USound states that its mission is to enable customers to bring new revolutionary audio products to the market and provide innovative audio system solutions based on highly scalable MEMS technology.

Kore 4.0 by USound

The Kore 4.0 audio module offers high Sound-Pressure-Level SPL over full audio bandwidth (20Hz – 20kHz) and low power consumption. The module can be customized for mid and high-volume applications, and integrates with any Bluetooth System-on-a-Chip (SoC). Following years of research and development, USound is proud to showcase the first samples of the Kore 4.0 audio module in March 2023.

Ferruccio Bottoni, CEO of USound, stated that the company’s goal is to provide top-of-the-line audio solutions that cater to its customers’ needs. The Kore 4.0 audio module is a game-changer for OTC hearing aids, delivering high-quality audio in a compact and energy-efficient package. Leaders of the company share their excitement to showcase the first samples to key customers and show this innovation with the world.

Andrea Rusconi, CTO of USound, expressed his excitement to offer the Kore 4.0 audio module to customers, citing its versatility and customization capabilities for mid and high-volume applications. The company says it has already released customer samples to selected partners, and the product will be available on major electronics distribution platforms starting March 2023.

For more information related to Kore 4.0 and other products, visit the company’s website.

Source: USound

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