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The Soundlazer Kit that is available when you make a pledge on Kickstarter

This “Kit” is actually a fully functional Soundlazer circuit board with power supply and audio cable.  This is a low cost way to get started experimenting with ultrasonic sound waves and parametric speaker technology. All the schematics, instructions and other information will be made available on this website once the project is successfully funded.

A close up of the Soundlazer circuit board

  The internal circuitry of the Soundlazer is very complex.  A digital signal processor fine tunes the audio before sending it to the oscillator which produces an electrical signal that turns on and off forty thousand times per second.  This 40KHZ signal is amplified and sent to the 39 ultrasonic emitters that produce the directional […]


Machining the prototype case

Once the case design was finished in Solidworks, a 3D printed ABS plastic test part was made to verify that everything fit correctly. After a few minor changes, the aluminum case was machined. Aluminum block being CNC machined into the Soundlazer case   Finished prototype case after sand blasting and assembly   Nice chamfered edge […]