Based on recently patented Embedded Transmission Line (ETL) technology, HDSS® solves a nearly 100 year old audio engineering dilemma: How do you reduce distortion and noise caused by the heat generated by a vibrating loudspeaker cone? HDSS® solves this dilemma by keeping the pressure in the sound system constant thereby eliminating distortion and noise. It achieves this by placing in the sound enclosure a non-electronic ETL device, which absorbs the increased heat.
Traditional audio technologies utilize various materials and electronic parts in attempting to solve the heat dilemma inherent in sound reproduction. The loudspeaker cone is constantly in motion leaving no time to remove the increasing heat which causes sound distortion
Graphical depiction of an isochoric thermodynamic process showing the build up of pressure caused by increasing heat. Conventional sound systems are hampered by this situation which produces undesirable distorted sound.
The ETL device solves the dilemma by acting as a cold reservoir in which heat is drawn from the enclosed air thereby maintaining the pressure constant in the enclosure. The result: Crystal clear, detailed 3 – dimensional sound.
Graphical depiction of an isobaric thermodynamic process showing constant pressure maintained by an ETL device which prevents heat build up. This is the desired situation for the ultimate in the production of pure