TruAudio introduces Revolve

TruAudio, based is Salt Lake City, Utah, is quickly becoming known for their growing line of architectural loudspeakers.

TruAudio, based is Salt Lake City, Utah, is quickly becoming known for their growing line of architectural loudspeakers. By offering a lifetime warranty and very unique products, TruAudio offers the custom installer solutions to various real world problems. TruAudio products are designed for installers by installers. In fact, more than 50% of TruAudio's employees have worked in the custom installation field prior to joining TruAudio.


Revolve - MSRP $799.95/each

A truely unique design, the REVOLVE consists of a 3 -way (all aluminum drivers) ceiling -mounted baffle that aims all the drivers into the listening area unlike traditional in -ceiling speakers which fire downward. The two midrange units and tweeter are mounted on a pivoting bridge which can be aimed precisely. The tweeter too can be aimed independantly of the mids. Both the tweeters and midrange have baffle -mounted switches to allow for +3dB or -3dB adjustments. Due to its circular design, the Revolves can be rotated after the hole is cut into the ceiling for precice voicing. In contrast oval speakers can not be adjusted once the hole is cut. The Revolves can be used as L -C -R speakers.

Specifications: Woofer:
8` aluminum with rubber surround

Midrange
Dual 3` aluminum

Tweeter
1` aluminum, swivel

Impedance:
8 ohm

Power:
5 -150 watts

Frequency range:
39 Hz. to 20k Hz.

Sensitivity:
92 dB

Grill:
aluminum, strong gauge w/ layer of dacron

Screws:
Stainless steel

Adjustments:
3, 0, -3 dB for tweeter & midrange

Cutout Dimensions:
11` diameter

Finish Dimensions:
12 ¼` diameter, 7 3/8` D

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