10 Creative Audio Solutions for Every Room in Your House
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GoldenEar Technology Invisa HTR 7000

How can you get similar amazing sound out of an in-ceiling speaker as you would from a freestanding speaker? You could load it up with the same technology, as GoldenEar’s Sandy Gross did for the $499 Invisa HTR 7000 in-ceiling speakers that were used for the important front channels in the company’s great sound room demo. The speaker quality is comparable to GoldenEar’s Aeon 3 bookshelf monitors, because they feature the same 7-inch high-definition cast-basket driver as the Aeon 3 to go with the company’s High Velocity Folded Ribbon tweeters. The drivers are mounted such that they face the normal listening position, so the audio sounds like it should be coming from where you think it’s coming from, instead of the ceiling. Plus the magnetically attached grille, in round or square, still gives you that invisa or “invisible” facade to answer your aesthetic demands.




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10 Creative Audio Solutions for Every Room in Your House