Meizu Gravity Speaker Launched After Two Years of Works
More than two years ago, Meizu proposed a floating speaker design called Gravity, which was quite amazing. But because of various reasons such as design difficulty, the speaker repeatedly delayed until yesterday!
The Meizu Gravity speaker is jointly designed by Meizu and Japanese young designer Hirai Hiroyuki. Based on the design concept of “Missing Design”, the aluminum alloy material is very harmonious and natural in any position in the home, without any sense of contradiction.
The Gravity speaker is equipped with a 3.0-inch display that subtly reflects the image and songs onto the mirror through the reflection of light, achieving an incredible suspension effect, as if it was a product from the future.
In terms of audio experience, the sound quality is naturally the best. The Gravity is not big but has long-stroke custom speakers and Rubber Edge dual passive diaphragm design, low-frequency dive 50%. Inside, it is using Texas Instruments professional power amplifier chip TAS5754M to ensure high-precision sound reproduction. The THD distortion rate is less than 0.007%. There is also a Dirac Power Sound audio enhancement technology.
The overall size is 262×112×58 mm, and the weight is about 1033 g. The Meizu Gravity speaker supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and AUX. At the same time, the signal-to-noise ratio is higher than 80 dB, and the frequency response is 70-20 kHz.
The Meizu Gravity has been doing sound debugging for more than a year, with a single manual assembly worker for up to 11 hours.
At last, the Meizu Gravity suspension speaker is priced at 1099 yuan, but it can be purchased at 999 yuan before August 10. It went on sale this afternoon, at 16:30 in the Meizu Mall, Jingdong, Tmall, Meizu offline stores simultaneously.