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Sonance Announces New Home Theater Speakers

San Clemente, CA–September 5 2007–Sonance announces the introduction of the Sonance Cinema Home Theater Speakers, which combine elegant, modern style with uncompromised in-wall home theater performance. New micro-flange grilles have only 0.20″ of trim, giving Cinema speakers a clean, sleek appearance that seamlessly integrates into any designed space. And the one step paint process saves time compared to traditional flanged speakers.

The New Sonance Cinema Home Theater Speakers feature micro-flange grilles with only 0.20″ of trim for a sleek, modern appearance and a powerful neodymium magnet attachment eases installation. A non-resonant, integrated ¾” MDF enclosures promote natural, uncolored sound while minimizing sound spillover into adjacent rooms.

Sonance Cinema Home Theater Speakers are available in two configurations. The LCR2/SUR2 four woofer design for the largest home theaters. The LCR1/SUR1 two woofer design for home theater designs up to 3000 cubic feet.

Availability: All models — January 2008

Suggested Retail Prices:
LCR1 2 woofer design $1000.00
SUR1 2 woofer design $1000.00
LCR2 4 woofer design $2000.00
SUR2 4 woofer design $2000.00

About Sonance Headquartered in San Clemente, California, Sonance was founded by Scott Struthers and Geoff Spencer who introduced the world’s first in-wall loudspeaker system to the consumer electronics market in 1982. With distribution in 45 countries around the world, Sonance remains at the forefront of technology by offering innovative design solutions that harmoniously blend sound with designs favored by leading custom integrators, architects, interior- design professionals, and design-conscious clients throughout the world.

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