RGB Communications signs up Revolution Acoustics, transducer tech turns any panel into a sonic radiator

posted on Monday, 1st June 2015 by Steve May

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RGB Communications has signed an exclusive deal with Montreal-based Revolution Acoustics, taking over distribution of its invisible speaker technology in the UK and Ireland. “Revolution Acoustics is changing how people interact with sound, solving the legacy issues with point source speakers at last, and doing so in the new invisible form factor,” it says.

Revolution Acoustics takes a different approach to plaster-over solutions when it comes to the non-intrusive installation of sound, embedding its SSP6 Multiducers (pictured above) into everyday objects such as plasterboard walls, windows and ceilings. These transducers can be applied to almost any panel substrate, typically in less than five minutes, and cover 45Hz to 20kHz. No subwoofer is not required. The transducers are screwed to a mounting plate which affixes to the chosen surface. When this is done, the material itself becomes a high fidelity audio radiator. Separate transducers become separate stereo channels. For installers this has obvious appeal: there’s no need for carpentry, special finishing or paint. A pair of SSP6 Multiducers can replace six or more conventional speakers, says the brand.

“IP65 waterproof and dust proof certification opens up a myriad of installation opportunities in luxury residences, marine, hospitality and retail. A pair of Multiducers can replace double or more conventional speakers offering exceptional value with a more immersive sound field, a wider polar dispersion, even sound pressure and frequency response,” says RGB. 

To book a demonstration, call RGB Communications on 0844 8800 765. For more on RGB Comms product portfolio and services, visit our partner page here

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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