We’re very grateful to our friends at Sensey Electronics, our new exclusive distributor in Mexico. Their representation of the Eminence brand at the Soundcheck Expo in Mexico City was truly top notch. We look forward to growing the Eminence brand in Mexico with the expert team at Sensey! Visit http://www.sensey.com.mx/ to learn more about this great company.
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.
Eminence has greatly expanded their custom design capabilities to include modifying stock models for end users. Services include building alternate impedances of existing models, and a guitar speaker break-in service.
Eminence is pleased to announce the company has become ISO 14001 certified.
An ISO 14001 environmental management system is a systematic and process driven approach to controlling those aspects of a business that have a significant impact on the environment.
Who's ready for Winter NAMM 2016? It's going to be another great show, and we have some very talented artists hanging out with us this year. If you'll be attending the show, be sure to stop by and say hello and hear the tone clinics these guys will be putting on.
In 1966 Bob Gault founded what was to become the world’s largest loudspeaker manufacturing company after working as an engineer for Magnavox and CTS (Chicago Telephone Supply). Gault started Eminence building only three 18” speakers per day, based on a commitment from Ampeg’s Everett Hull. Under the leadership of Gault and most recently his son, Rob, the company’s capacity grew to over 10,000 speakers per day, employing nearly 200 people.