Clark Synthesis 2008 Press Release

Underwater Pool Speakers



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Come on in…the water sounds great!


Littleton, CO USA…Friday, August 22, 2008…
Twenty years ago, hardly anyone had heard of an underwater speaker. "Today, underwater speakers are one of the hottest accessories being installed in new and existing swimming pools," according to Bill Phillips, President of Clark Synthesis, Inc. in Littleton, CO. And that is why Clark Synthesis will be introducing the updated AQ339 Aquasonic Underwater Swimming Pool speaker at the 2008 CEDIA show in Denver, CO.
Since 1995, the Aquasonic speaker has been the world's only full -frequency, full -fidelity underwater swimming pool speaker. This year, the AQ339 has been reconfigured to speed up installation for the customer and design changes have been made to improve upon the speaker's already solid performance.
Whether used for lap swimming, relaxation, or just playing with the kids, the underwater sound produced by the AQ339 speaker is amazingly clear and completes the swimming pool entertainment experience. For this reason, Clark Synthesis underwater speakers are currently used at many of the world's top resorts and are being installed in numerous residential pools.
But why introduce an outdoor living product at a home theater show, you might ask? The answer; as the home theater market is moving toward whole -house integration systems, home theater installers are finding themselves being asked to do more outdoor system installations. "More and more frequently we are seeing installers being asked to configure outdoor audio/visual systems, including sound in and around swimming pools," claims Phillips.
In our age of audio and digital entertainment, sophisticated customers are now demanding high fidelity music in their swimming pools and spas similar to what they experience in their indoor home theater. With its product line that includes the AQ339 Aquasonic Underwater Speaker, the AW339 All -Weather Transducer, and the new TA1501C amplifier, Clark Synthesis is poised to help dealers meet this demand.




The AQ339 Aquasonic Underwater Pool Speaker

Founded in 1994 and currently headquartered in Littleton, CO, Clark Synthesis, Inc. is the leader in high -fidelity tactile sound technology for home theaters, pools and spas, ProSound applications, simulation, and gaming. Clark's innovations have won numerous awards over the years. In 1994, Clark was the first to develop and deliver tactile sound technology to manufacturers of aircraft and military vehicle simulators and for automobiles. In that same year Clark was also the first to develop a full -bandwidth pool speaker for Olympic training. For more information on Clark Synthesis, Inc. visit the company's web site at www.clarksynthesis.com.






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