Next month, custom solution provider Triad Speakers, Inc. will begin delivering dealers its DesignerSeries invisible speakers. When installed, the speaker's flat surface can be plastered over with a 2mm skim coat of plaster and paint, texture or wallpaper and becomes completely invisible. The transducer, which functions much like a magnet and voice coil in a traditional loudspeaker system, is attached to the aluminum honeycomb core which serves as the vibrating element to generate sound waves. The principle is similar to that of a piano or guitar wherein the strings are amplified by the soundboard. The panels require only 25.5 mm of mounting depth; they are designed to fit easily between the wall studs in typical home construction. The DesignerSeries consist of three monaural and two stereo versions. The models use either one (small rooms), two (small/medium rooms) or four transducers (large rooms) each per panel providing 95, 99 and 105 dB maximum loudness respectively. All are capable of frequency response from 100Hz - 20 kHz and must be used with dual channel analog 120Hz filters with limiters. For deeper bass response, a Triad InWall Subwoofer may be added. MSRP for the monaural versions (small, medium and large rooms) are $550, $750 and $1,050 (each). MSRP for the stereo versions (small and medium rooms) are $740 and $1,040 (each).
HP has announced its new HP LD4200tm 42" LCD display with touch functionality. The LD4200tm is aimed at businesses for displaying interactive graphics, text, video and advertisements and feature full 1080p resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio (3000:1 DCR) and 178 degree viewing angle. The HP LD4200tm 42-inch wide-screen LCD monitor starts at $2,799 and is expected to be available in December. HP also announced its L2105tm, a consumer level 21" multi-touch 1080p monitor retailing for $299.
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