New System Revolutionizes Residential Acoustics
Imagine listening to a live musical performance in your home theater. At first, you can't believe your ears. The music suddenly sounds rich, warm and expansive. Your home theater seems to have become the sonic equivalent of Carnegie Hall. Is this just a fantasy? No. You are experiencing CONCERTINO, a unique new acoustic enhancement system. CONCERTINO can give any residential space the fine acoustics of a world -class concert hall. The result of years of technological development in commercial venues around the world, CONCERTINO affects not only sounds produced by a performer or recorded audio program, but also sounds generated by the audience, just as in a real concert hall. With CONCERTINO, every aspect of your acoustic environment is completely alterable and controllable. How does CONCERTINO work? First, each and every sound in a space enhanced by CONCERTINO is captured by eight or more hidden microphones. Then, a cutting -edge digital signal processor alters those sounds. Finally, the processor instantaneouly sends the enhanced sounds back into the space through a network of more than a dozen concealed speakers. Although acoustic enhancement is the foundation of the CONCERTINO experience, other elements critical to live performance are addressed by SH! Acoustics during the design and installation of each CONCERTINO system. These include: audience seating, circulation, staging, performance lighting, instrument storage and integration with home theater systems. SH! Acoustics has also developed a nationwide network of accomplished musicians who are delighted to play in spaces enhanced by CONCERTINO. CONCERTINO is the work of Steve Haas, the founder and owner of SH! Acoustics. One of the world's most versatile acoustical designers, Mr. Haas has designed more than 250 concert halls, performing arts centers, Broadway theaters, opera houses, music schools, museums, churches, recording facilities and home theaters. For more information about CONCERTINO, SH! Acoustics or Steve Haas, please contact Jordan Kessler at (917) 408 -9977 or firstname.lastname@example.org.