James Loudspeaker Shipping Modular Home Theater Solution
James Loudspeaker is now shipping its Modular Indoor/Outdoor Theater, an innovative approach to delivering all available surround formats to any environment in a high-performance, fully custom free-standing form factor.
James Loudspeaker is now shipping its Modular Indoor/Outdoor Theater, an innovative approach to delivering all available surround formats to any environment in a high-performance, fully custom free-standing form factor. The Modular Indoor/Outdoor Theater is a built-to-size aluminum structure to be assembled onsite, housing all of the required loudspeaker components for any surround format. The system is compatible with an array of subwoofer options depending on the décor and acoustic requirements of each room.
The James Loudspeaker Modular Indoor/Outdoor Theater can be used for all three immersive audio formats—Dolby Atmos, Auro3D, and DTS:X—as well as conventional 5.1 or 7.1 surround formats based on the speaker configuration selected. Conceived as a fully customizable, freestanding solution, the Modular Indoor/Outdoor Theater is capable of delivering cinematic performance to an existing room without the need for any modifications to the space. This gives integrators an turnkey theater for clients in rental properties or any other temporary scenario. As an outdoor theater, the freestanding powder-coated aluminum structure can be mated to an array of landscape subwoofer options such as subterranean models for the most discreet visual presentation.
Each custom configured James Loudspeaker Modular Indoor/Outdoor Theater is composed of aluminum with marine-grade coatings to withstand outdoor environments and features sealed beam construction for compact size. The package can be ordered in 15 standard colors, or a custom color at additional charge. Source components and amplification sold separately. The James Loudspeaker Modular Indoor/Outdoor Theater is available now. MSRP starting at $60,000 U.S.
on the system from the October issue of Residential Systems. Jeremy Glowacki’s story