Hi there folks!
Wanted to make a short update from our side.
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We have received a lot of amazing feedback from you in the latest spectrum post in terms of industrial design. Now our team and Propeller are processing your inputs to push design in the right direction.
The next step for the monitor is to share with you 3 3D concepts based on your feedback and previous design directions. We expect renders to come on the week of 16 September. Once we receive renders we will get them shared right away to pick things we like most from each of the concepts to lock final design down.
In the meantime we are confirming some of the remaining technical questions.
We will soon build up a dedicated webpage for spectrum too for people to stay connected.
Muse hasn’t moved at as fast pace as spectrum mainly because after going through your feedback over and over again we realized that despite muse having kick ass audio and noise canceling capabilities it is essential to get voice call quality right! As a result we had few meetings with few high tech companies in Denmark, Israel and China to see what is the bleeding edge calling mic tech. Of course there were not many developments in the actual mics as hardware components but there have been some new tremendous developments in voice processing algorithms recently.
So once we get technical solution for best call quality out there we will proceed with design in a similar fashion with Spectrum. So what I am trying to say that it’s very possible use will come with 4 calling mics
After all we’re not here to make just yet another pair of cans. We want to make an exception product worthy of developed by dough.community label. So stay tuned for updates on this one!