Syng is an audio company building sound for the future. Cell Alpha is the first speaker purpose-built for spatial audio in the home. It is also the world’s first Triphonic speaker.
“Our flagship speaker, Cell Alpha, provides a new kind of listening experience: a sound field that’s super wide, super deep and super immersive. We call it super spatial sound. A flexible system designed to adapt to your needs, Cell Alpha creates a unified super spatial sound experience with up to four Cells in any layout. Triphonic audio is the future-facing technology that powers Cell Alpha and makes this new spatial sound a reality.”
Syng was founded by Chris Stinger and Damon Way.
Christopher Stringer has helped shape the world of consumer electronics as we know it. Over more than two decades working as an industrial designer at Apple, Chris helped define the company’s design philosophy alongside Jony Ive and Steve Jobs. There, he helped create Apple’s most iconic releases over the years, including the iPod, iPhone, iMac, MacBook, and Apple Watch, among others. He is an inventor on over 1500 patents, with a handful of his designs now belonging to the permanent collections of MoMA and the Design Museum in London.
Damon Way is a serial entrepreneur, investor, and designer who has been building brands for over 30 years. He co-founded DC Shoes,which would quickly redefine the landscape of skateboard footwear and action sports before selling to Quiksilver in 2004. He later joined Incase as Chief Brand Officer and Partner, where he brought fashion, art, music, and design stories to the tech accessory market. Damon is a pioneer of artist collaborations — developing early product partnerships with the likes of Kaws, Virgil Abloh, and Shepard Fairey.