HAMBURG—German cabin interiors and aircraft systems supplier Diehl Aviation is developing a replacement for conventional loudspeakers in the passenger cabin using the lower panel of the overhead baggage compartment as a membrane. An exciter transmits vibration to the panel. Diehl claims sound quality is higher than with conventional membrane speakers, especially for voice transmission. “The exciter technology of the new panel loudspeakers uses the surface of the selected ...

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