Stealth Acoustics will feature what it calls the world’s largest video screen constructed from invisible speakers. The screen stands more than 10 feet tall and displays 1080p video content with 5.1 surround sound.
Attendees will be able to walk around, under, and behind the exhibit to experience one of the most creative installation examples of Stealth’s invisible speaker technology.
Based on Stealth Acoustics’ all new LR4 invisible full-range speakers in a tri-amplified configuration, B1630 invisible subwoofers, winner of Residential Systems magazine's best new speaker in industrial design in 2006, and Stealth’s own 8400 and 255R amplifiers, this exhibit will also include a self-contained listening adjunct area wherein attendees may critically audition each of the Stealth speaker models and review the underlying technologies.
Stealth promises that they have raised the bar in the invisible speaker category by employing carbon fiber motors and bespoke cone woofers to enable the only totally invisible speaker solutions that cover the full audio spectrum from sub-bass frequencies to extreme high frequencies, all in a plaster-in flat-front construct that fits easily into walls or ceilings and which becomes completely invisible upon installation.
“We’re excited that customers throughout the U.S. and the world are now embracing aesthetics in systems integration and the sound of our new speakers is phenomenal,” said Steve Olszewski, vice president of Stealth Acoustics. “The ability to finally satisfy a project’s aesthetic goals while providing even better sound than visible speakers is very powerful and the game changer that will drive invisible speakers into everyday usage. We believe that exhibiting at CEDIA and demonstrating what is uniquely possible with our best-in-class invisible speakers will help elevate the artistic and performance outcome of projects for system integrators, custom installers and their customers.”