Years of technical accumulation from the Naenka Acoustics Lab

principle of bone conduction

Sound waves travel directly to the inner ear through the vibration of the skull without passing through the eardrum, which is also one way people hear their own voice, called bone conduction. When you eat a cookie, you can hear the cracking sound because the vibration is transmitted to the inner ear through the teeth and skull.

NAENKA Technology

Naenka bone conduction speakers can convert sound into vibration signals, which are transmitted through the facial bones to the auditory nerve of the brain. The entire sound transmission process does not need to go through the ear canal.

Brand History

Naenka Acoustic Lab

Naenka Acoustic Lab was established to focus on acoustic technology research.