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At this past year’s SIHH, Audemars Piguet introduced a theory minute repeater — that the RD#1″Acoustic Research” — as part of a series showcasing new technology and materials created by the brand’s R&D department. The prototype was the result of eight years of research and represented a breakthrough in the acoustic quality and quantity of chiming technology. This year the concept is now a reality.

Whenever some moment repeaters will need to be held to the ear in order to listen to the melody, the Supersonnerie chime could be heard loud and clear from the bleachers. Audemars piguet royal oak concept prezzo supersonnerie fake watch is not exaggerating when it says that the chime is 10 times louder than a typical chiming watch. The main innovation can be found in the case construction. The chiming mechanism applies the fundamentals of stringed instruments.

Normally the gongs have been attached to the plate . The principle is comparable to how strings work in an acoustic guitar, stretched over a hollow instance which amplifies the sound. Gongs are conventionally attached to the mainplate, which can dampen instead of enhance the chime. The Audemars piguet royal oak concept laptimer supersonnerie clone watch system essentially separates the acoustical from the specialized, resulting in a cleaner, louder sound, amplified from the space between the plate and the sound board.

Another invention is the shape of the hammers, which can be flexible, so they work like a shock absorber to eliminate secondary noise. The new mechanism also picks up the tempo, eliminating the sound difference between the hours and hours when there are no quarter hours to strike. The period in between is reduced by 50 percent compared to a conventional repeater, which pauses between minutes and hours if there is no quarter attack.

To develop the technologies in the Supersonnerie, Audemars piguet royal oak size concept supersonnerie replica watch partnered with the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), a Swiss firm dedicated to the analysis of acoustics.


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