Designer(s): Carl Jones, Michael Chijoff, Guilliume Boda, Australia
Category: Other Products designs, Professional
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The HPI110 is the most powerful, compact, ultra lightweight,
loudspeaker of its class. Designed from the ground up the HPI110
removes the need for DSP (an electronic compensation system),
reduces power consumption and eliminates the need for addition
hardware. The HPI110 delivers faithful vocal reproduction at high
energy outputs with advanced rigging configurations enabling uniform
coverage. Its ultra-lightweight and compact form allows a single user to
install the HPI110 quickly and easily. The HPI110 combines
performance, style and at a price that secures its spot as one of the
world’s best speaker of its type.
The most difficult issue is translating the mathematical constructs of
loudspeaker design parameters into real world physical dynamics. This
natural limitation was overcome through laser vibrometry, a cutting
edge technology, only available in a few laboratories globally. It allowed
us to take measurements in real time and give us the real world
realities behind the mathematical constructs. At a design level, we were
able to completely understand the issue and sequences relating to
moving masses and resonance and ultimately design a solution that still
plagues existing designs.
In a short period time the HPI110 has secured itself as the leading
speaker of its class being distributed to more than 30 countries around
the world. It has also helped continue to reinforce the Quest brand as a
leader in innovative speaker and audio equipment design.
The HPI110 has demonstrated the value of great design with an
overwhelming market response delivering a 100% return on investment
within the first 12 months.
About the Designer/Company
Mike is the founder of industrial design consultancy Chijoff+Co. He brings an extensive background covering areas of product design and development, design education through to production, supply chain and logistics. He is a strong believer in collaboration and works closely with clients, staff, suppliers and networks creating new thinking across a variety of industries. He has been awarded local and international awards for his designs and is actively engaged in promoting design.
In short, Mike loves to build stuff, figure it out and make it work.