Introduction Of Suining Museum With Audfly’s Acoustic Directional Speaker

  Apply Acoustic Technology-Directional Speakers To "Live" Cultural Relics And Create Immersive Storytelling.

  Recently, Audfly’s Acoustic Directional Speaker was introduced into Suining Museum to serve as the "directional voice narrator" of each exhibition area. Through the core directional sound technology, different exhibition areas has its independent sound explanations without interference, even a single cultural relic has a corresponding commentary. Such sound construction technology not only makes cultural relics come alive, but also create the quiet and comfortable atmosphere of the whole exhibition, helping visitors to have a smooth in-depth dialogue with history and culture.

  Suining Museum, also known as Sichuan Song Porcelain Museum, is the only Song Porcelain Museum in China, located in Suining City, Sichuan Province. It has a collection of 10,056 cultural relics, including 31 national first-class cultural relics, 342 national second-class cultural relics and 1,063 national third-class cultural relics, characterized by the cellared porcelain of the Southern Song Dynasty, showing the superb ceramic firing technology of the Song Dynasty and is a highly refined version of the cultural temperament and aesthetic appeal of the Song Dynasty.

  Based on the characteristics of the exhibition hall, the Suining City Museum has attracted many visitors with a brand-new architectural appearance and elegant display, become a symbolic cultural facility of the city. On Sept. 30. 2019, the new museum of Suining City Museum began to open to the public with many basic designs uses sound, light, electricity, video and other multiple technological means to display Suining local culture and Song porcelain culture in an all-round, multi-angle and three-dimensional manner.

  Besides museums and exhibition halls, Audfly’s Acoustic Directional Speaker is also widely used in advertising media, digital signage, commercial supermarkets, banks, hospitals, schools, home and other industries in the market, gradually replacing traditional speakers (with serious remixing and noise problems).

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