LG Display has created a new display “invisible” Vehicle speaker technology that uses a passport size microphone vibrating panel to generate sound. It was designed with an unnamed “global audio company” It is expected that it will be available for use by the end of February. car Interiors will be installed in places such as the headliner and dashboard next year.

The south-Korean tech giant’s Thin Actuator Sound Solution This product is being promoted to replace traditional speaker systems in cars and other vehicles. This is in contrast to current in-car speaker systems.car The Thin Actuator Sound Solution is a speaker system that uses heavy components such as voice coils, cones and magnets. LG Display’s Film-type exciter technology used to produce sound vibrating Display Discount panels Various materials inside the vehicle LG Display claims results “rich, 3D immersive sound experience.”

The vibrating The panel is roughly the same thickness as two stacked coins

The panel itself is 2.5-mm thick (that’s about two coins stacked) and measures 150mm x 90mm (5.9 x 3.5 inches), enabling it to be installed in unconventional locations such as the dashboard, headliner, pillar, and headrests. The panel also weighs 40g (1.4 ounces) — making it just 30 percent of the weight and 10 percent of the thickness of a conventional car speaker according to LG Display. 

Both LG Display and Sony used similar methods vibrating panels in OLED TVs, but while the technology itself isn’t a completely new innovation we’ve yet to see it adopted as a widespread replacement for traditional sound systems. LG Display says it plans to commercialize production of the Thin Actuator Sound Solution for cars in the first half of next year, but we’ll get to hear how it actually Performs at CES 2023 in Las Vegas in January