Knowles Acoustics is a division of Knowles Electronics LLC, the world leader in subminiature microphone and speaker technology for the Hearing Health Industry. Leveraging the company's heritage of 50 plus years supplying acoustic expertise to this market, Knowles Acoustics have applied this capability to new markets and customers including Mobile, Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Sensors and Instrumentation, Civil Communications, Military, Medical, and Specialty Applications to name but a few. Our mission is to improve the acoustic interface and simplify the manufacturing process for our customers' products.
Knowles is the first company in the world to successfully develop a silicon microphone based on surface mount, MEMs technology, and is a leading driver in Far Field Technology. Offering exceptional turn-around time to meet your important deadlines is standard operating procedure at Knowles Acoustics. This practical support facilitates our customers' drive for a shorter time to market, a reduced component count, and ultimately a reduced total cost of acoustic product ownership. Knowles' professional staff consists of specialists who offer proven capabilities for each phase of the business cycle. Whether it's product development or marketing, sales or distribution, Knowles is structured to be both responsive and reliable.
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