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Stealth Acoustics to launch next generation ‘invisible’ speakers at ISE

The new LRG Series is said to offer improved audio quality from a thinner speaker to present dealers with an attractive invisible speaker option.

‘Invisible’ speaker brand Stealth Acoustics will be launching the new LRG Series of next generation, invisible speakers at ISE 2013.

Featuring a newly designed, low-profile high-power woofer for solid bass response down to 30Hz, the LRG series is 1in thinner than previous models, allowing simple, concealed installation within wall or ceiling cavities as shallow as 65mm (2.5in) depth.

The speaker features a re-designed speaker face to make it stronger and lighter. This proprietary radiating surface, which is called ‘Fidelity-Glass’, generates more delicate highs, a deep and solid bass output and overall better response, according to the company.

The LRG series is available in several size and output options, including: the full range LR4G, three-way full range LR3G, two-way full range LR8G, two-way single stereo SLR8G, and compact, two-way full range LR6G versions. Stealth also provides 100w and 120w sub-woofers together with high quality monaural and eight-channel amplifiers to complete the range.

“Today’s multi-channel surround sound and whole-house audio systems require multiple speaker locations. The result can be an ever growing number of speaker grilles, boxes and hardware that compete with the décor of the living space,” commented Steve Olszewski, vice president at Stealth Acoustics. “Using all our 10 years experience as the leader in invisible speaker technology, we’ve developed the new LRG range to combine audiophile quality with total discretion. Installers can now provide dynamic full range audio from concealed speakers, placed precisely where the customer demands it.”

Visitors to ISE will also have the chance to see how the LRG Series is quick and simple to install; the paintable active diaphragm face is bonded to the frame of the speaker panel, creating an active area surrounded by a stable mounting frame which attaches directly to standard wall structures. This enables installation in either the wall or ceiling with on-site finishing options, including latex paint, light wallpaper, fabrics and selected texture coats.