Sonance Invisible Series Are Speakers You Can Hear, But Not See
US-brand Sonance, renowned for its high-performance, award-winning audio solutions, has just released its Invisible Series of loudspeakers.
For those not familiar with how an invisible speaker works - the speaker is flush-mounted into the plasterboard wall (or ceiling), and then skim coated with plaster, much the same way and plasterboard joins. For more insight, watch the installation video below.
The Motion Flex Invisible Series incorporates the company's breakthroughs in audio quality and installation. In this new line, the speakers and subwoofers are equipped with Sonance Motion Flex Technology, which consists of an all-new transducer, crossover, and motion technology.
Designed exclusively to be heard but not seen, the wide bandwidth Wave Flex Drive Unit behaves as a high-bandwidth midrange and high-frequency transducer, all-in-one. Sonance says, “this delivers velvety-smooth mids and crystal-clear highs.” The carbon fibre Air Flex Woofer connects to a chamber of air behind the speaker diaphragm resulting in a piston-like movement for robust and powerful bass. With an ultra-low crossover, these speakers have nearly 180 degrees horizontal and vertical dispersion for consistent tonality from every listening position.
Making the installation process even easier, Sonance's DISC System works by using a high-accuracy depth gauge and embedded locator discs to measure the thickness of a finish applied over the surface of a Sonance Invisible Speaker. This allows for a consistent surface finish thickness across every speaker on every project.
Available now, the range consists of six new models, including four different sized speakers and two subwoofers. Prices start at $1,999 RRP for a pair of speakers, up to $3,999 (each) for the 15” subwoofer.
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