How Stealth Acoustics Is Meeting Tech Design Needs of Integrators & Their Clients

As a division of Dimensional Communications, Inc., a premier systems integration company since 1973 based in Washington state, Stealth Acoustics has had systems integration at its core since its founding.

Stealth has leveraged the years of direct experience from countless residential and commercial installations to become a world-class audio/video manufacturer by deeply understanding the needs of integrators and their clients.

The biggest need, according to the company, was for a high-performance audio solution that would not compromise the aesthetics of living spaces or board rooms with large tower speakers or unsightly speaker grilles in the walls or ceilings.

The founders of Stealth Acoustics set out to meet that need by focusing on reliability, high performance, and minimal aesthetic impact. Now, after years of R&D, patent filings and innovation, Stealth has grown its offerings into a full line of completely unique, LineaResponse Invisible In-Wall/Ceiling Speakers and Subwoofers that are now in their seventh generation.

These speakers meet today’s demanding performance standards yetare completely invisible after installation.

Not satisfied with revolutionizing indoor invisible speaker solutions, Stealth Acoustics has taken its patented FidelityGlass flat radiating diaphragm technology and applied it to the StingRay line of IP68-rated outdoor speakers built on the same principles of reliability, high performance, and minimal aesthetic impact.

And with the launch of its first Patio Theater LED TV in 2015 Stealth has developed a family of performance driven, outdoor display systems that automatically retract or fold away at the push of a button when not in use to preserve the aesthetics of outdoor living spaces.

By specifying Stealth Acoustics products, integrators and their clients no longer need to compromise performance or aesthetics. 

Visit stealthacoustics.com to “see” more of Stealth’s hidden technology solutions. Additionally, hear from Washington-based integrator Beemer Smart Home how Stealth Acoustics has helped resolve unique design challenges on projects and how products are installed in the dealer’s own show home and theater room to demo.

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