Maker says its new grilles all but disappear into ceiling and wall surfaces while delivering award-winning performance.
James Loudspeaker, maker of décor-friendly entertainment products for both residential and commercial applications, has introduced a Microperf grille to the company’s line of Small Aperture architectural loudspeakers.
The new grilles use smaller perforations and offer a less obtrusive, almost invisible presentation that nearly vanishes into any décor while providing nearly identical frequency response and dispersion to the original grilles.
The new Microperf grilles will come standard on all James Loudspeaker Small Aperture models and are available now.
“The objective of this new grille design was to create a solution that is even more appealing to the architects, designers and homeowners who work with our network of integrators,” says Keith Parke, National Sales Director at James Loudspeaker. “Our Small Aperture lineup has been adopted as the definitive architectural speaker solution, and we are always striving to make even subtle improvements that bring added value to our customers.”
Made in the USA, James Loudspeaker Small Aperture models incorporate high-performance proprietary aluminum drivers and are available in both 3-way and 2-way versions.
Each speaker is housed in an aircraft-grade aluminum enclosure designed to minimise resonances and enhance the durability even in high humidity.
The maker says these speakers deliver superb room-filling full-range musical playback including clearly defined bass response, eliminating the need for bulky external subwoofer modules in most system designs.
Designed for multi-room audio and home theater clientele seeking a premium performance solution, the maker says its Small Aperture models deliver higher output capability, true high-fidelity, superb off-axis performance, unmatched durability and aesthetic perfection.