GoldenEar Technology has made two additions to its Invisa line of architectural loudspeakers: the Invisa 600 and Invisa Signature Point Source. Both will be shown at CEDIA in SoundRoom 5.
The Invisa Signature Point Source is intended for vertical or horizontal in-wall installation. When combined with a GoldenEar ForceField or SuperSub subwoofer, it provides performance comparable to GoldenEar’s floor-standing towers in an unobtrusive package.
The Invisa SPS is intended for multi-channel theater or two channel systems, as a front main or center channel, or as a rear or side surround. It combines four cast-basket high-definition 5.25-inch bass and bass/midrange drivers (similar to those used in the Triton One Tower) with a high-velocity folded ribbon tweeter. The complex crossover incorporates precision film capacitors. The speaker measures 28.5-inch x 8.5-inch, with flangeless construction, and a magnetically fastened grill. An optional back box is available. The speaker is priced at $999.99 each and it will be available late Fall 2017.
The Invisa 600 is similar to the Invisa 650, but offers performance at a significantly lower price ($199.99 each). It features a unitized construction 6.5-inch bass/midrange driver with polypropylene cone and butyl rubber surround, a complex crossover with variable high-frequency control and flangeless, magnetically attached grille construction, for nearly invisible in-wall or in-ceiling installation. Extremely compact, it is the same size as some competitors’ 5.25-inch models. It also has a pivoting 1-inch titanium dome tweeter with a silk surround.