Sonance

About Sonance

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Sonance is a speaker company that wants to provide high quality audio but also get out of the way. We all remember the days of huge boomboxes and big ugly speakers that you could attempt to hid away or blend into the room but always stood out. Sonance provides an elegant solution to that without a sacrifice to sound.

Sonance produces a wide range of speakers and amplifiers that blend seamlessly into your wall or ceiling. Their ‘invisible series’ does exactly what it says; becomes invisible, hidden in your walls. Along with other high end ranging speakers they make amplifiers that produce ridiculously good sound.

Sonance began in 1983 when Scott Struthers and Geoff Spencer recognized the need for an audio solution that could deliver unsurpassed performance combined with minimal visual intrusion. It was this revelation that led them to invent the world’s first architectural speaker. The rest is history.

In the 30 years that followed, Sonance has continued to invent, lead, and reinvent with a range of state-of-the-art products that deliver the perfect balance of performance and design.

From the “Degrees of Invisibility” of its in-wall and in-ceiling speakers, to the cutting-edge outdoor audio systems, commercial solutions and electronics, Sonance is committed to building products that deliver best-in-class performance and aesthetics combined with the most versatile and flexible installation processes available.

With this commitment to excellence, it is little wonder Sonance has become the most recognized and highly awarded manufacturer in the architectural speaker and outdoor audio categories worldwide.

(via sonance.com)

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