Martin Garrix and others invest in Mayht, the future of music speaker technology
Over the past 100 years, the inner workings of speaker systems haven’t really changed, forcing manufacturers to sacrifice size or sound quality. However, the brand new Dutch tech startup May be have developed a pioneering on-site solution to cause a major upheaval in the industry allowing electronics companies to downsize their speaker products while still enabling high quality, immersive sound. Mayht (pronounced “Might”) was founded in 2016 by brothers Mattias and Timothy Scheek and has just spent nearly 10 million dollars of investments by Dj Martin garrix, Swedish solar cell company Exeger and venture capital firm Before.A.
âListening to Mayht’s technology in action, I firmly believe this is a company that can change the audio industry. My love for music and great sound are at the forefront of this innovation, which is exactly why I am delighted to invest in the future of such a young and innovative Dutch tech start-up. ‘ – Martin Garrix
Mayht’s technology they call it Heartmotion speaker technology will enable consumers to enhance their speakerphone experience, tapping into a $ 375 billion consumer electronics market. For example, having home theater bass from a single soundbar or portable Bluetooth speakers delivering the same sound quality as large party speakers, eliminating the need for additional separate subwoofers or other accessories. . Mayht CEO Mattias Scheek talks more about the company’s technology when he says:
âWhile consumer electronics have become more powerful and more compact in recent years, basic speaker technology has barely evolved. I truly believe that our Heartmotion speaker technology is the revolution the industry dreamed of, but never thought possible. They will finally be able to create the sound experiences that people expect from everyday consumer electronics and automotive audio systems. “
Mayht along with Exeger will showcase their brand new speaker technology for the world stage to see at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) taking place in Las Vegas January 3-9 next year. You can find more information by visiting the official Mayh website here.
Image credits: Mayht, Martin Garrix (via Facebook)