Stealth Unveils Invisible Speaker for High-End Applications

Stealth Acoustics will debut a new 8” three-way “totally invisible” architectural speaker, the LRx83 at CEDIA 2017.
Producing what they describe as a deep, warm and natural bass response down to 40Hz, with a smooth midrange and solid upper frequency, the LRx83 is balanced and the highest quality invisible speaker ever created by Stealth. It incorporates a 30mm midrange device, a 25mm tweeter and an 8” high-power cone woofer. Stealth says the LRx38 is also straightforward to install, featuring the same dimensions as Stealth’s LR8g and so fits neatly into any LR8 back box accessory.
Stealth describes the LRx83’s sound quality in the mid and high regions as smooth and ‘silky’ with the solid bass extension providing a rich deepness to rival more expensive, visible architectural speakers. The peak power handling of over 300 watt allows the device to become more than simply a background music speaker. Constant voltage options are available.
This LRx83 addition to the range spearheads a new series of LRx derived products from Stealth. With additional models forthcoming on the LRx roadmap, the new line is now helped with the updated LRG-B30g dual 8” invisible subwoofer which boasts improved materials, stability and performance. This increases sub-bass extension down to 35Hz when coupled with the LRx83.
Sara Abrons

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