June 06, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger
If you’re adding a flat-panel TV to your elegant living space and don’t want it to muck up the decor, you might have already looked into art concealment solutions. Chances are, you want to hide the speakers in your surround sound or semi surround setup as well.
VisionArt now takes care of both solutions, with a hand from well-respected speaker manufacturer Triad.
The new VisionArt Audio Solutions by Triad Speakers incorporates the front left, center and right channels right into the area of your canvas that will be hidden by the company’s motorized artwork when not in use.
When you turn on the TV and the art print is retracted to reveal the flat-panel and speakers, the speakers will be kept under black matte material so it doesn’t hinder the viewing.
In the customizable VisionArt solution, you can make requests such as adding a subwoofer or added side speakers for greater audio dispersion, or change the width from the standard measure associated with particular TV models.
Whatever you do, your walls will be free of any unappealing A/V except when you actually want to sit and watch TV.
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