Car audio system uses interior surfaces as speakers

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While some recent advances in automotive technology have focused on developing self-driving, or even flying vehicles, German-based Continental Corp, is focusing on improving the experience inside the vehicle. Continental is taking the car sound system into the future, with speaker-less audio that turns the inside of a car into a speaker. Inspired by the principle of string instruments, Continental has developed a system that replaces conventional loudspeakers with actuators that generate sound waves, which are then radiated and amplified by the surfaces in the vehicle. Continental claims that the sound produced in their speaker-less system is equal to that of high-end conventional audio systems.

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