Eminence is pleased to announce industry veteran Damon Waller as European Sales Manager.
Waller brings with him a wealth of knowledge and expertise from his previous positions at Trace Elliot, where he eventually served as International Sales Manager, and Orange Amplification, where he worked his way up through the company to the position of Managing Director. In 2006 Damon oversaw the launch of the Orange Tiny Terror, the amp that changed the face of the electric guitar amplification and was voted ‘the number one most important Guitar product of the past 30 years’ in 2014 by Music Radar. His background in international sales, brand marketing and positioning, sourcing, and product conception make him the ideal choice to carry the Eminence brand forward in Europe.
Eminence is proud to be a supplier of custom designed 10″, 12″ and 15″ speakers to High Performance Stereo for their HPS-4000® system. Following is news from HPS regarding being chosen to provide sound for the National Marine Museum’s new theater in Triangle, VA.
High Performance Stereo is pleased to announce that the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation in partnership with the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle, VA, located near the Marine Corps Base Quantico, has selected the HPS-4000® sound system for the new large screen theatre currently under construction. The theatre will boast an 80 foot wide screen that is also 60 feet tall and will be the home of a special new large format film now in production.
Building a sound image big enough for a screen of this size has always presented a challenge for sound systems. In the past most systems have attempted to create tall sound images with a single center speaker high above the main center speaker. While this approach does help, it still fails fill the screen with a wall of sound that stereo is supposed to be.