“Invisible” speakers seem almost impossible to grasp unless you’ve seen them in action! Imagine standing right in front of a wall speaker seeing nothing but a drywall surface yet with your favorite music emanating from that very surface.
Yes, they do exist and audio-video integrators have been using them since the 1990’s. Loved by architects and interior designers,
these speakers are ideal for the main gathering space in your home because their appearance (which doesn’t exist) doesn’t interfere in any way with the décor or design of the room. But they are not as popular as you might think…for two good reasons.
First, they’re not inexpensive. Second, while they sound good, they don’t sound as impressive as similarly-priced flush-mounted speakers. That’s why we carry Live-Wall Speakers. These speakers produce convincing soundstage with plenty of nuance and detail. Everything is about enjoying the end-result and these speakers were engineered to produce the kind of resilient sound we expect from the systems we install.
Most previous invisible speakers suffer from a somewhat veiled sound that didn’t have extended high or low frequency response. Manufacturers would try to compensate for this by using special equalizers that added to cost and complexity, and only partially solved the problem. Live-Wall not only clears that hurdle but creates such a broad and even sound dispersion that it is difficult to determine audibly just where in the wall the sound is centered!
Invisible speakers have come a long way since their inception. Give us a call if these might just be the solution you’ve been looking for.
by Bryan Naquin. Follow Bryan on Twitter @ACIexperts. And you can always contact him at 225.906.2589 or by email at email@example.com. Bryan Naquin is president of Acadian Home Theater and Automation based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. CEPro Magazine has ranked Acadian in the top 100 consumer electronic companies in the U.S. for the third year in a row.