James Loudspeaker has introduced a microperf grille to the company’s Small Aperture architectural loudspeakers. The new grilles utilize smaller perforations and offer a less obtrusive, almost invisible presentation that nearly vanishes into any décor while providing nearly identical frequency response and dispersion to the original grilles. The new microperf grilles will come standard on all James Loudspeaker Small Aperture models and are available now.
James Loudspeaker Small Aperture models incorporate proprietary aluminum drivers and are available in both three-way and two-way versions. Each speaker is housed in an aluminum enclosure designed to minimize resonances and enhance the durability even in high humidity. Small Aperture speakers deliver what James loudspeakers says is superb room-filling full-range musical playback including clearly defined bass response, eliminating the need for bulky external subwoofer modules in most system designs. Custom integrators will appreciate that Small Aperture speakers represent the highest degree of reliability and performance for any entertainment application.