SoundArt is a canvas speaker system designed to show off your choice of
photography and plays almost any sound source - from an iPod to a
professional audio visual system.
The speakers set a new standard in sound, delivering a stunning,
natural audio performance through canvas art. SoundArt
consists of the owners choice of canvas print, Distributed
Mode Loudspeakers which sit in the frame and a powerful sub woofer.
Fully customisable and using exclusive British technology, SoundArt
speakers integrate professional photography into today's contemporary
Unlike thicker, conventional box speakers, which
essentially push air, SoundArt speakers generate a natural acoustic
sound through vibration, in the same way a note from a solo violin
fills a concert hall,
UKs MD, Jeremy Curtis, adding, With
SoundArt, there are no moving parts, the canvass becomes an integral
part of the sound board.
Theres no complicated set-up, just hang on your wall, plug
in your music source and enjoy the space around you. Almost
any audio source can be played through it - your Hi-Fi, MP3 player, PC,
DVD, CD or the output on your AV system.
SoundArt is available through a nationwide network of stockists,
including photographic studios, interior designers and AV specialists.
SoundArt retails from 1,999.00
Specification for the SoundArt 2-1 System
||25W RMS 50W Peak per channel
Bass 100W RMS 200W Peak
|Freq. Response System
||25Hz to 20kHz
||Active 140Hz @ 24dB Octave (Butterworth)
||10K Ohms Input
|Signal to Noise ratio
Mid / Top 0.015%
||Fused in IEC Connector
||278mm x 332mm x 278mm (WxHxD)
Various sizes of speaker available with a depth of 45mm
The amplifier sections (bass - mid/top) although they share
the same toroidal transformer they have separate rectifiers and
smoothing. This is important as this prevents a large power drain due
to a heavy bass beat causing the dynamics of the mid / top being
affected. The bass amp is a discrete MOS-FET amplifier and the Mid /Top
are audio ICs.