About OE

History of OE:

The mission of loudspeakers is to reproduce sound perfectly. However, only the real voice can move people in a lasting way. Of all the art forms, music is the least describable, the most expressive, the most mysterious, the most touching, the most ephemeral, and thus the most eternal.

OE 360° speakers bring music back to its original nature, lingering in your ears and soul. OE is committed to restoring the real sound effects, eliminate all external interference, and bring the most perfect music enjoyment.

 ——Ansion, the Founder of OE

 About 360° Omni-directional Speakers

 It is not easy to make the speakers realize the full-frequency 360° omnidirectional sound, the world's major speaker manufacturers have tried various methods to pursue the most authentic sound. The 360° omnidirectional speakers is undoubtedly the most ideal choice, excellent 360° omnidirectional speakers can realize a more real, natural and clearer sound, letting you feel like in the scene, as if in the concert.

 OE keeps striving to build a beautiful blueprint in the field of 360° omni-directional audio products. Since its establishment, OE has been committed to bringing true, natural and raw sound to everyone. With this commission, the USS-360° omnidirectional sound speaker system was born. This invention with modern acoustic technology can reproduce a more realistic, natural and clear listening experience for users. Therefore, OE is not subject to the limitations of " best listening position", meanwhile, it integrates the philosophy of perfectionism and art into the design, so that it can be perfectly suitable for any decoration style.

With the brand concept of "minimalist design and luxury joy", OE uses the most ideal tech to transmit the most perfect sound, so that bringing the unaffordable products into the public - more music lovers and mass consumers can enjoy the ultimate listening experience.In order to achieve the highest standard of music playback, OE has devoted to the R&D of 360°omnidirectional sound speaker technology for eight years. OE has created the world's first 360° pneumatic treble unit, first 360° aluminum strip treble unit, and the newly released USS 360° omni-directional full frequency unit. OE has applied the 360° loudspeaker system in a series of audio products, among which the most recognized one is USS-360° Unicorn 360°omnidirectional speaker system.

The USS-360° speaker was designed by Ansion, the founder of OE company, who was not originally in sound technology industry, but in computer science. He is a total audiophile. Once he saw the German MBL360° speaker system (a 360-degree all-round speaker system designed by Wolfgang Meletzky in 1979), he thought that the sound was real, natural and perfect. From then on, he was infatuated with the real and natural sound, but the German speakers were too expensive, as it is purely handmade with complicated process. After years of hard work and computer simulations, Ansion finally invented and built a prototype of the 360° directionless speaker in 2006. Ansion approached a number of local speaker companies in Germany to try to mass-produce it, but 

they didn't accept his offer because they may thought it too difficult or expensive. He also sought for cooperation with the loudspeaker manufacturers in United Kingdom, France, Italy, the United States, Taiwan,.etc, but failed. Later, two engineers in Berlin, Mr. Mark and Mr. Byer, saw Ansion's prototype and were impressed. They saw the future of the 360° loudspeaker -- its sound is authentic, natural, and clear, which is perfect. Soon the three of them reached a common goal and decided to set up an Acoustic Laboratory together, which was named "Mark & Byer Electro Acoustic Laboratory". Since then, they have started to independently develop, design and produce 360°omni-directional speaker systems.


About Mark&Byer EAL

Mark&Byer Electro Acoustic Laboratory:

Founded by Mark, Byer and Ansion in Berlin, Germany.

It mainly researches and develops modern electroacoustic science and innovative technology.

Major acoustic inventions and achievements:

  • Uss-360 ° Omni-directional Speaker System
  • 360° Full-frequency Unit
  • 360° Pneumatic Treble Unit
  • 360° Aluminium Strip Treble Unit
  • 360° Aluminium Strip Ultra-treble Unit
  • OBB Magnetic Reflux Technology
  • Ceramic Diaphragm Technology
  • Graphene Diaphragm Technology
  • Carbon Dimension Vibration Film Technology

"Super Unicorn" Hi-End Flagship Speaker

"Adam X5" Hi-End Flagship Speaker

The Owl Hi-Fi Speaker

What You Know About Sound?

What is high fidelity audio?

With an excellent system and an excellent space room, it can produce a fairly realistic acoustic illusion

How to define high fidelity audio? Most music aficionados will say that they seek the original sound - when you close your eyes, it's like you're there.

This depends not only on the quality of the speakers and electronics, but also on the stereo and multichannel formats currently in use. A good system with a good listening space can produce a fairly realistic acoustic illusion, which is what we want to achieve.

We are trying to replicate the true tonal properties and representation of spatial locations of instrumental music and human voice and retain this precision over a wide dynamic range. This effect is most easily achieved for small shows with chorus and soloists, because the recording room is similar in size to the listening room.

It is more difficult to achieve this effect with an entire orchestra, because we are trying to generate the spatial effect of a concert hall in a medium size listening room. That is, of course, if the recording engineers follow the process exactly, which they usually do. So when listening to classical and acoustic music through high-fidelity speakers, we ask ourselves, "Is this real sound?"

For studio-produced music such as rock and pop songs, the situation is a bit special. The music is produced in the recording studio and re-equalized electronically based on sound effects replayed by listening speakers in the studio control room. If the studio is well designed, a recording should work just as well when replayed in a regular listening room using a home audio system, these recordings will not have the same audio reference value as acoustic music; Typically, recording engineers are used primarily to produce sound pressure equalized works that produce satisfactory sound on ordinary home audio systems. However, we want to record the sound as naturally as possible, such as electronic guitars with amplified signals - it is commonplace to use electronic sound effects to enhance the content of studio music creation. For example, when recording a jazz chorus in a studio, engineers normally collect sounds from different groups of instruments and mix them together to create a harmonized mix. One set of instruments can be recorded using a "bright tone" radio microphone (or layout), while the other uses microphones with different characteristics to mix them together for a pleasing effect. However, if you listen to the individual timbre alone, you may find that it is not the same as when you listen to it in the front of the instrument.

So we need to remember that recording is not always the truth. When using studio recordings to judge loudspeaker quality, we also have to take this into account.

We also need to be very careful when it comes to film tracks, as they are more about "effects" than realism, and the quality of the human voice is often affected by how it is recorded and processed. However, as with all types of loudspeaker manufacturers, we collect many recordings and use them as a whole to obtain relevant information about the state of the loudspeaker.