Extending their current five year policy, Polk will be offering a lifetime warranty on parts and labor for all products starting on September 9th. According to Polk, this warranty covers all in-wall, in-ceiling and built-in subwoofers purchased both through installers and over the counter.
Two speakers and a subwoofer mark the first round of products in Sonance’s new line of "invisible" sound products. The speakers are constructed from a flat vellum overlay that sits flush with the wall when installed, and can be painted or wallpapered over without any loss of sound quality.
Next month will see the largest in-wall and in-ceiling speaker launch in the 40-year history of speaker company Jamo. Eighteen speakers, from the 600 and 400 Custom product lines, will hit the market next month. These speakers are easy to install, and appear sleek and discrete. They are ideal for surround sound experiences and home theatre applications.
Three in-wall loudspeakers from Atlantic Technology have been released, and they make full use of IP technology featuring NetStreams. This, along with the bi-amplification that separates the woofer and tweeter amplifiers, will enable digital processing and the ability to bypass electrical crossover networks.
The Vault In-Wall Speaker series by Leon Speakers will launch with two speakers designed to be either in-wall or rear channels with timbre-match. The v114i and v115i feature 1-inch Morel cloth dome tweeters, 10 gauge precision flange, and a depth of 3.75 inches.