Beale Street Audio announced that it will debut nine new in-ceiling speakers at ISE 2015, all featuring Beale Street's Sonic Vortex Technology.
The technology, Beale Street said, "reimagines the traditional ported enclosed speaker design to deliver significantly more bass and a flatter frequency response. This audible improvement is achieved by separating the main port of the enclosure into multiple sections called "fins" that are tuned to ideal listening specifications."
"I was a custom integrator for many years so I know how tired the architectural speaker category has become. Bezel-less designs and pivoting tweeters have aesthetic and marketing appeal, but do not represent any great technological achievement," Jim Murray, founder of Beale Street Audio, said in a statement.
"Architectural speakers aren't known for producing extreme low frequency effects and effortless clarity, but our Sonic Vortex Technology optimizes air movement within the cabinet enclosure to produce astonishing sound levels from such a small speaker."