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by PMuto Published on 12-14-2020 05:27 PM
Atlantic Technology Now Shipping Its Next Generation AT Series Tower Speaker, the AT-3 This all-new 2-way tower is designed with the company’s celebrated H-PAS™ technology delivering bass response comparable to towers twice the size using woofers three times larger Norwood, MA – December 14, 2020 – Atlantic Technology is now shipping their highly anticipated next generation AT-Series tower speaker, the AT-3. This 2-way speaker is the improved successor to the acclaimed AT-1. Like the AT-1, it incorporates Atlantic Technology’s H-PAS™ technology for enhanced bass performance yet its cabinet size is 25% smaller. Enclosure design refinements, proprietary new Atlantic Technology drivers and features make the AT-3 an outstanding value at $3,000 a pair (MSRP). “With the resurgence of high-quality vinyl playback gear and Hi-Res digital music, Atlantic Technology’s AT-3 is a loudspeaker that delivers stunningly accurate full-range sonic performance that’s a perfect complement in a pure two-channel music system,” says Paul Fredrickson, Business Development Director at Muto Communications, Atlantic Technology’s global PR and Business Development partner. “At the same time, the AT-3’s outstanding extended low-end dynamics are perfect for a multi-channel home-theater system. How does Atlantic Technology offer such extraordinary bang for the buck in a compact tower cabinet design? The answer is H-PAS.” In 2011 Atlantic Technology introduced its unique, patented, game-changing bass system called H-PAS™ (Hybrid Pressure Acceleration System), breaking the conventional “Iron Law” of speaker acoustics that you can’t have deep bass and good sensitivity in a reasonably sized enclosure. Atlantic Technology proved that with H-PAS you can.
by PMuto Published on 11-16-2020 12:40 PM
Meet the 8600eC, the New Center Channel Speaker for Atlantic Technology’s Flagship 8600 Home Theater System Ultra-high performance center channel speaker is for uncompromising large-room surround sound systems Browse 8600eC pictures here: Norwood, MA – November 16, 2020 – Atlantic Technology has brought to market a monster of a center channel speaker that is going to make home theater enthusiast’s jaws drop. The 8600eC is a biggie – measuring roughly 38 x 14 x 15 inches, and packing a massive D’Appolito/M-T-M array consisting of four 6.5-inch fiberglass woofers with two 5.25-inch fiberglass mid-drivers and an advanced 1-inch aluminum/magnesium dome tweeter internally isolated within their own airtight sub-enclosure. This speaker was just reviewed by Everything Audio Network which awarded the 8600 system with its Stellar Sound Award and Multichannel System of the Year Award: Like the company’s new flagship 8600eLR towers, the speaker incorporates a 4th order Butterworth asymmetrical time-aligned Linkwitz-Riley crossover with bi-wire inputs. Finish options match the towers and come in high-gloss lacquered Makassar Ebony or luxurious Gloss Piano Black and hailed a Best of 2019 CEDIA Expo by AVS Forum. Shipping now, the 8600eC carries an MSRP of $2,300 - a tremendous value for such a high-performance system.
by PMuto Published on 11-02-2020 06:01 PM
Home Entertainment Seating Company RowOne Inks Deals with Nationwide Marketing Group, Next Level Distribution and Magnolia Home Theater Add to this, substantial progress with HTSA, the AiN Group and AVB/BrandSource CE/CI channel dealers since the brand’s relaunch just 6-months ago, and RowOne makes a strong case for the title of ‘The Most Successful CE/CI Vendor Brand Launch of the Pandemic Year’ Ann Arbor, MI – November 2, 2020 – Home theater and entertainment seating company RowOne® -- which relaunched February under the new ownership of former Director of Sales and Marketing Todd Girdis and began shipping in August -- is making all the right moves. For its significant accomplishments within such a short period of time the company is being recognized within the consumer electronics and custom integration channels as ‘The Most Successful CE/CI Vendor Brand Launch of the Pandemic Year.’ Out of the gate RowOne came to market with a fulfillment model that differs from competitors in the custom channel: stockpiling inventory in Michigan, delivering in 10 business days or less (Continental US) and offering an optional exclusive Last Mile Service delivering to the residence in 15 – 20 business days. Also unusual for a furniture vendor is RowOne’s new mobile-optimized website with dealer portal (upcoming) that enables placing and tracking orders in real-time. This provides access to Audio Advice’s free interactive Home Theater Designer™ 3D tool which lets dealers spec-in system components, seating configurations and more. RowOne is the only seating vendor in the program. RowOne has entered into an agreement with Nationwide Marketing Group. “After tracking RowOne’s progress this summer, we quickly recognized the potential they could deliver to the 250+ CI channel dealers in our Home Technology Specialists Nationwide (HTSN) division,” said Hank Alexander, director of HTSN. “And now is the perfect time to partner with a preferred home entertainment seating...
by PMuto Published on 10-08-2020 02:16 PM
$1 Million Texas Home Theater Models Performance After Capitol Studios Dolby Atmos Music Studio C Taking Center Stage is Seymour-Screen Excellence’s Reference-Grade Enlightor Neo Acoustically Transparent Film Screen Surface and Adjustable Ratio Theater Motorized Masking System at 22-ft Wide Ames, IA – October 8, 2020 - A longtime customer of Texas-based A/V Integration company Sound Lab Designs assigned principal Ernie Blumenthal with the task of creating a theater in a home that he was having built. One truly without compromise and to Dolby Atmos® Music performance specifications. Blumenthal recruited German architect Jochen Veith (JV Acoustics), known globally for his creation of premier recording facilities, and California theater interior design specialist Brad Keeler (Progressive Design). Keeler, along with Maurice Patist (president of PMC USA loudspeakers) had previously updated the rooms at Capitol including Studio C which was redone in 2017 to Dolby Atmos Music. Blumenthal and his client flew to Los Angeles to experience several of Capitol’s rooms, with Studio C -- the Dolby Atmos Music certified room – immediately setting the benchmark for what he wanted his theater’s acoustical performance to be modeled after.
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