When you go to your local cinema you may not realize the work and effort that goes into setting up and calibrating these speaker systems in-order to achieve direct room filling sound regardless where one is siting. Is a task that audio experts and manufacturing deal with everyday. The goal Has always been to achieve sound that is accurate, evenly spade throughout the listening area and most importantly consistent sound all the time! There is nothing worst then sitting through a movie theatre with a blown out speaker that rattle or clips at high levels. With speakers that are not design to handle this level of sound, viewers are missing out on what the film maker in tented for you to hear. This is why professional and Cinema speakers are design to address these issues. These speakers are design to provide wide dispersion and high output without compression. They feature large voice coils, magnets, horn loaded drivers and large cabinets to move lots of air. All design to provide listeners with the best sound experience possible.
Cinema Screen Speaker
Our compact surround Speaker adds detail and accurate sound.
Cinema Surround Speaker
Our Standard Surround speaker Design for maxinum performance in small theatres
Quality sound in any environment
What’s inside the Movie Theatre
With today’s films and audio technology, film makers are now able to achieve better
sound through quality microphones and audio processors. The only way to experience
this type of sound, is for speakers that are designed to handle this level of digital
content. This is why there is such a high demand for high quality sound, especially
from the Cinema.
Movie theatres have a tuff and complicated job to accuracy reproduce this sound in
such a large room. These speakers must be about to cover a very large and wide area
of the room. Each seated viewer must hear exactly what others are hearing regardless
on where he or she is sitting. This means the sound from the speakers must be clear
and non-fatiguing to the ears and must be transparent. This is the type of experience
that film makers intended for you to hear.