State-of-the-art sound quality from nearly invisible speakers
We visited our friend Sandy Gross, founder of GoldenEar Technology, at CEDIA last week, as he was demonstrating a cool new Dolby Atmos home theater with in-wall and in-ceiling speakers. This stealth system included the new Invisa Signature Point Source (SPS) model, the company’s first Invisa in-walls intended for use as the main front speakers in a stereo or home theater system.
Here’s a write-up on the system from Sound & Vision:
GoldenEar Technology’s Invisa in-wall and in-ceiling speakers are taking center stage in a Dolby Atmos home theater demo that includes the company’s first Invisa in-walls intended for use as the main front speakers in a stereo or home theater system.
Demonstrated at the CEDIA Expo, the Invisa speakers lack bezels, leaving only their grilles visible so they can blend in inconspicuously with walls and ceilings, especially if the grilles are painted to match the walls.
Three $999-each Invisa Signature Point Source (SPS) speakers up front joined four $499-each Invisa HTR 7000 speakers in the ceiling, two $499-each Invisa MPX in-walls used as surrounds, and four powered GoldenEar in-room subs. They consist of two $1,999-each SuperSub XXL subs and two $1,249-each SuperSub X models, each in different corners of the demo room. They were powered by Parasound amplifiers rated at 200 watts per channel, bringing total system power to 7,500 watts… READ MORE