James Loudspeaker Unveils W-Series Architectural Speakers James Loudspeaker has begun shipping its W-Series loudspeakers designed for specialized boundary applications, such as integration into a 90-degree corner where walls and ceilings converge. By RS Staff Published: January 29, 2016 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 James Loudspeaker has begun shipping its W-Series loudspeakers designed for specialized boundary applications, such as integration into a 90-degree corner where walls and ceilings converge. The wedge-shaped form factor is ideal for immersive 3D audio technologies (Atmos, Auro3D and DTS:X), as well as other applications, and can be used in both indoor and outdoor environments. The initial launch of the W-Series includes two models; the 52QW (single 5.25-inch woofer and quad tweeter) and the 53QW (dual 5.25-inch woofers and quad tweeter). Each speaker features proprietary high- excursion woofers matched to the quad-array aluminum dome tweeter. The speakers offer a smooth response across a broad range of frequencies, providing residential and commercial integrators with a premium loudspeaker solution engineered specifically for ceiling and wall junctions. The 52QW and 53QW are constructed entirely of aluminum for strength, sonic performance, and durability, featuring an aluminum perforated grille to provide years of trouble free use. Standard colors are Gloss White and Satin Black, however custom colors are available to suit any décor. Specially equipped versions of each model are available for outdoor/marine applications. James Loudspeaker W-Series loudspeakers are available now only through authorized integrators. The 52QW MSRP is $1000 (each) and 53QW MSRP is $1300. James Loudspeaker architectural loudspeakers are engineered and manufactured in Napa, CA USA.