Stealth Acoustics and Induction Dynamics “Invisible Speakers”
Stealth Acoustics’ line of “Invisible Speakers” are created to “End Aesthetic Pollution.” These speakers are installed flush with the sheetrock and are finished and painted just like the surrounding wall – making them virtually invisible. Typically these speakers are installed prior to the sheetrock being completely finished (in new construction) so that they may be taped and mudded along with the surrounding sheetrock. This causes them to blend into the surrounding wall and allows the sheetrocker to sand and feather them in nicely.
However, this doesn’t mean that they can not be installed after the finishing. They work just as well in a retrofit installation as they do in new construction. Although a little more care is taken in the installation of the speakers.
And what about sound quality? These speakers sound great! As a matter of fact, it’s hard to discern a difference between these invisible speakers and regular in-wall or on-wall speakers. Advanced internal carbon fiber materials allow for smooth frequency extension to 20kHz, even with four coats of paint.
Induction Dynamics – SolidDrive Speakers
SolidDrive speakers mount “in-wall” and “in-ceiling” by attaching directly to the drywall with a patented balanced cantilever spring bracket. The bracket spans the studs, providing strength, stability and vibration-free operation. This allows the drivers to be installed behind any wall essentially turning the wall into a speaker.
Other uses for these drivers include installing behind glass to create a “talking window” effect, installation behind marble, granite or other hard surfaces to create a sound or music environment in areas like showers, bathrooms, and even countertops or desktops.
Take a look at some of the demos and examples below that are posted on YouTube.
Induction Dynamics Corporate Demo
Window Installation Demo