For quiet spaces
Projection distance of 1 – 3 meters

  • Product model
  • SW-S-P1W-IH8AB
  • Product code
  • Agil
  • Brand
  • SonicRay
  • Beam Width Directivity
  • <20°
  • Sound Pressure Level
  • > 80dB (for 1 kHz/ 1M)
  • Projection Distance
  • < 7M
  • Environmental Noise
  • < 65dB
  • Total Harmonic Distortion
  • < 1% (1 kHz)
  • Power Adapter
  • 100V~240V (50/60Hz)
  • Power Consumption
  • < 85W
  • Analog Audio Input
  • Standard 3.5mm Stereo Connector
  • Overall Dimensions
  • Speaker Diameter: 150mm

    Speaker Width: 26mm

  • Installation
  • Mounting Bracket
  • Operating Environ
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40C°s

    Storage temperature: -25°C to 70 C°

    Operating humidity: 5% to 85%

    Altitude: < 2000 meters

  • Highly Directional

    Projects sound in a focused beam with specific directivity, avoiding unnecessary interference.

  • Stable sound quality

    Maintains constant volumes with minimal audio distortion throughout projection distance.

  • Adaptable

    Sound beams can be easily controlled; Steer or block with even a single A4 piece of paper. Prevent noise pollution.

Creative Advertising

Noise pollution concerns in most common areas will greatly limit the volume at which advertising panels are allowed to project sound, if at all. With SonicRay, billboards or LED screens would be able to play music, sound effects and more, thanks to its easily managed directivity- in addition, catch people’s attention from a distance with its far-reaching sound beams!

Indoor Multimedia Advertisements
Interesting and Interactive

For the promotion of new releases in-store, for example within a bookshop or a library, indoor advertising panels can use SonicRay to draw and engage patrons. Imagine, as a customer walks past a new book being promoted, he hears a mysterious voice speaking, “Hello, come over here and look at me, listen to me. Have you ever thought of murder? Have you ever committed crime? I have- and these thoughts hang over me all the time. I am the author of best-selling crime fiction…”