Syng Cell Alpha Triphonic Speaker with Table Stand (EU), Black
Syng Cell Alpha – the world’s first Triphonic speaker
Cell Alpha is the world’s first Triphonic speaker. Its sound is bigger, richer and clearer than anything you’re used to. With Triphonic audio – a future-facing audio technology – it provides a new kind of listening experience: one that’s super wide, super deep and immersive. Syng calls it super spatial sound.
One Cell fills your room with the most articulate, spacious sound you’ve ever heard out of a single speaker. Each Cell you add envelops you further, offering new perspectives and uncovering details you’ve never heard before, and transforms your space into a fully immersive sound field. You’ve never listened like this before.
Transforming the relationship between humans and sound
The Cell optimizes the sound in the room by figuring out acoustic problems. It detects the exact location of nearby walls and room corners and uses that information to rotate the sound field toward the center of the room. In a multi-Cell system, each Cell detects the distance and angle of the other Cells to optimize the Triphonic rendering, which includes adjusting levels, delays and sound field orientation. In addition, it uses equalization to compensate for low-frequency room modes.
All of this is made possible with three beamforming microphones that provide the data required for the DSP to perform automatic room equalization, wall proximity and direction detection and multi-Cell geometry calculation. The Triphone – a three-horn, eight-driver system built to project sound – then uses its own beamforming to adjust the sound field. With the Syng Space app, you'll have your Cells set up and automatically calibrated to your space in no time.
- Two woofers in opposing force-balanced configuration
- Three element, two-way beamforming array
- Three microphones for automatic room equalization, wall proximity and direction detection and multi-Cell geometry calculation
- Multi-Cell playback in a room space
- Frequency response: Smooth (±3 dB) from 30 Hz to 20 kHz
- Loudness: the Cell can achieve film reference levels (105 dB peaks)
- Powered speaker, connects over WiFi
- Stream directly over AirPlay 2 and Spotify Connect
- USB Audio in with two USB-C ports at top and bottom for a clean wire set up (ideal for plugging in record players or laptops)
- HDMI Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC) compatible with Syng Link cable to connect to home theater
- Use the Syng Space app for quick and easy set up, connecting up to four Cells in a space
- Cell Alpha
- Power cable
- Selected stand
Syng is an audio company that builds sound for the future. Having created an entirely new object-based sonic architecture that can play any format of recorded sound and make it tangible, the company's core belief is that everyone should be empowered to engage with the sounds around them in new and innovative ways. The aim is to blur the lines between artist and listener, providing new manners of expression and creative ways of listening for all.
Syng is ready for anything we listen to today, and everything we haven’t yet imagined listening to tomorrow. Welcome to the next generation of audio!
Can I use Cell Alpha with my television?
You can connect your video content to the Cell Alpha through AirPlay on an Apple TV or other AirPlay compatible Television. With our upcoming Syng Link cable, you’ll be able to plug in eARC TVs directly to your Cell. Syng Link will enable playback of Dolby 5.1 surround through video services that support it. At this time, Cell Alpha does not support Dolby Atmos decoding.
Is the Cell a Bluetooth speaker?
No, the Cell uses WiFi to stream audio. Bluetooth is used only during the initial setup.
Is it made out of glass?
No, the transparent parts of Cell Alpha are made out of polycarbonate. Glass would retain too much heat and the audio performance would suffer.
Can I use Cell Alpha outside?
Cell Alpha is not rated for outdoor use. We recommend using it inside.
Does Cell Alpha have a voice assistant?
Cell Alpha does not have voice assistant support. The speaker’s three microphones are there for room calibration – not to listen to you.