Earbuds with solid-state audio drivers are about to go mainstream

I have a lot of audio products in the house, ranging from $15 neckbuds to $1,499 custom IEMs with 12 drivers in each earbud. While there’s a lot of differentiator when it comes to materials, tuning, and features, the unifying trait amongst all earbuds I have is that they use traditional dynamic drivers that use a magnetic coil to generate sound.


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In Hardwired, AC Senior Editor Harish Jonnalagadda delves into all things hardware, including phones, storage servers, and routers.

That’s changing with the introduction of solid-state audio drivers, such as those seen in the Creative Aurvana Ace 2. The earbuds use a regular 10mm driver that’s joined by an xMEMS solid-state driver that handles the treble and some of the mid-range frequencies the dynamic driver isn’t able to hit.

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