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Stealth Acoustics Takes To The High Seas With Their Transformer Theater System At CEDIA 2019

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For our continuing coverage of CEDIA Expo 2019, Rich Fregosa talks to Brian Azzano from Stealth Acoustics about their latest innovation in theater solutions, the retractable Transformer system.

Stealth Acoustics, known for their patio theater and luxury outdoor solutions, were contacted about similar installations to be incorporated in luxury yachts. To accompany for space, they came up with the folding retractable LED display they have dubbed the Transformer. In addition to the new Transformer, Stealth Acoustics is also adding on to their line of award winning outdoor environmental speakers, the StingRay series.

As their name implies, Stealth Acoustics focuses on invisible and architectural speakers designed to fit seamlessly into the residential and commercial environment. Their first invisible speaker debuted in 2003 gained multiple accolades from CEDIA attendees. Since then, they have become a global manufacturer for speakers and theater solutions. More information about Stealth Acoustics and their products can be found on their website.

For more of our coverage of all that’s happening at CEDIA Expo 2019, click right here.

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