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This is one of the most innovative ideas to in-wall loudspeakers in years. The level of design that goes into a modern architectural home is monumental and, more so than in a traditional design, every detail matters.
Some outdoor speakers almost taunt bad weather, and the Mariner 52's watertight design could make it a worthy scuba-diving buddy.
Home entertainment solutions are good sources of extra profitability when building a home and will set a builder apart from their competition, especially when innovative ideas are shown in design centers, model homes and options catalogs. It’s easy to overlook in the mix with lighting, appliance upgrades and flooring options but a music system is a home feature that enhances value.
For those who can see (or hear) beyond the towering black speaker boxes to a place where sound is ubiquitous, defining the room, Scott Struthers and Geoff Spencer share your passion. Twenty-five years ago, these Sonance co-founders took that passion and created the first in-wall speakers. They challenged themselves to develop unseen speakers that produced the same excellent audio quality as standalone speakers. They succeeded.
To be successful, a differentiation strategy must appeal to a well defined target demographic. In the case of in-wall speakers, a product category many consider quite generic, how do you decisively - and meaningfully - differentiate, pull away from the pack? And how do you get your dealers to buy into your strategies as well? Sonance, it turns out, is answering these questions in a manner that is both bold and totally consistent with the company's heritage and identity.
With the increasing popularity of the iPod there are several manufactures that have developed devices that can be used in conjunction with it to enhance the experience. One such manufacturer is Sonance. Sonance calls their product the iPort. The iPort is a docking station that when connected to the iPod will charge it, allow music and video files to be streamed through it to the iPod from a personal computer, will allow connection/playback of music and video files from the iPod to a video display and or music system. The unit comes in either white or black colors.
The Sonance C4630 SE home audio distribution system, the company's latest multizone system, offers an affordable step-up to simple volume-control-only systems. The model number deciphers to a 4-source, 6-zone system with 30 watts of power per channel, and the "SE" refers to onboard BBE Sound Enhancement circuitry.
Comparing speakers on a size-by-size basis, the audio quality provided by Sonance’s architectural speakers is exceptional. For years, we have been trying to eliminate “wall acne.” Now we are also able to eliminate ceiling clutter. Their uniqueness sets us apart from other AV companies...
Residential Systems Magazine
If there is one in-wall speaker company that truly could be called an innovator, it is Sonance of San Clemente, California. The company’s co-founders, Scott Struthers and Geoff Spencer, not only designed the first in-wall speaker for the custom install market (1982), but their com- pany also brought the first in-wall subwoofer to market, created the first in-wall home theater
speaker with a pivoting tweeter, launched the first THX Ultra in-wall speaker system, and even designed the first in-wall music system for the Apple iPod, just to name a few.design is unique.
Residential Systems Magazine
Everyone loves the sound of great home theater speakers. Unfortunately, few love the look of great home theater speakers. Even an unobtrusive, Coke-can-sized model may find the door to the living room barred by a determined interior designer...
Sonance's iPort spreads iPod sound to every room
I don't watch movies. That may sound odd in a magazine called The Perfect Vision, but really, I don't. I listen to them. I play them on my DVD player, but my attention is always drawn to the sound, not the picture...