Thursday, May 19, 2016
Growing technology company Dedicated Sound and Audio specializes in hidden speakers for homes and businesses. In addition to its Sound Art line, which conceals speakers behind the canvases of art pieces, Dedicated Sound and Audio also offers speakers that can be installed in walls and ceilings.
The company’s in-wall speaker option is installed by removing a section of drywall, securing the speaker and then covering it with mesh, drywall mud, and paint. Because the speaker is flat, it can be easily installed in any drywall surface. When installed, the speaker turns the entire wall into a source of sound, while the speaker itself remains invisible. Homeowners can customize their experience, by using either one or two speakers for smaller rooms or multiple speakers for a surround-sound home theater experience. The in-wall speakers come with a three-year limited warranty.
In-ceiling speakers look like typical acoustic ceiling tiles and can blend seamlessly into a pre-existing grid-style ceiling. Once the wire for the in-ceiling speaker is routed, the tile can be integrated into the grid. In addition to saving space, in-ceiling speakers hide unsightly cords and bulky components. These speakers are best for commercial spaces and offices. In-ceiling speakers come with a one-year limited warranty.
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Dedicated Sound and Audio produces speakers and audio products carefully designed to provide high-quality audio that fits easily into the lives of consumers. With an aesthetic focused on minimalism, convenience, and functionality, Dedicated Sound and Audio works under the motto “if someone can think of it, we can design it.” This belief has led the firm to produce some truly unique audio products.
This year, the company will be downsizing its revolutionary Onsia speakers to fit into a smartphone case. With these Bluetooth-enabled, built-in speakers on their mobile devices, customers will be able to hear their favorite audio programming wirelessly, without sacrificing sound quality.
At 3.2 ounces, the case is lightweight, and it has an output of 2.4 watts. It takes only 2.5 hours to charge and features Echo noise cancellation so users can focus on what they want to hear without noisy distractions. The smartphone case will be on the market later in 2016.