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  • Writer's pictureCraig Whitaker

What is Invisible Sound

Interior Designers and clients have longed for great sound without seeing speakers. Manufacturers have continually shrunk the size of speakers and installers have tried hiding speakers everywhere in the home. But small and hidden is not invisible. Now there is truly an invisible speaker, speakers that are hidden inside your walls. Sonance has introduced their “Designed to Disappear” series of speakers using Sonance Motion Flex Technology. There is a full line of “Invisible Speakers” for both residential and commercial use. There are various speaker sizes which allows the correct speaker to be chosen for your room size. You can augment the sound quality with the addition of “Invisible Subwoofers”. Using full range speakers and subwoofers with a surround sound receiver, you can create a truly invisible surround sound home theater system. Since installation of invisible speakers require additional trades including a carpenter and drywallers, the required investment for invisible speakers is more than traditional flush mount or surface mounted speakers. Here is a link to a video that demonstrates the installation of Sonance Invisible Speakers. . For help in designing your audio, video, or smart home system, schedule your FREE consultation by calling 888-775-2673. Please visit our website @

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