We had a great time at the Cedia show this year – it was wonderful to see so many familiar faces! We love keeping in touch with everyone and hearing how many of you are still enjoying your Clark transducers in your home theaters and movie-watching. Some of you have had the same transducer for 10 years, and still going strong! As always, it’s a blast watching people try our transducer out for the first time. I had an especially touching moment when one person in particular came over to see our Clark Synthesis demo. Still a little motion sick from a competitor’s display, she was hesitant to try it for herself – but, after a little coaxing, she sat in the seat. We started the demo and watched her expression change from apprehension to delight. At the end of the demo, she told her husband that she really liked the experience and that she wanted these transducers added to their home theater ASAP. We love having the chance to prove that we’re not the same as the other companies that add that tactile element to home theaters. While we were there, Rave stopped by and was kind enough to shoot a quick video of the display for us – check it out.
A special thanks to Jeff and Mohni of First Impressions Theme Theaters for providing a fabulous chair for the demo. You can learn more about First Impressions Theme Theaters at their website here. Thanks for another great year at Cedia! Look forward to seeing you all in Dallas next year.
Our Prosound can be attached to just about any brand of drum throne.
On Friday we got to meet up with our good friend Bobo Benefield, currently touring with Tate Stevens. As a drummer, Bobo has toured with several different bands, and has been a long time fan of our Prosound Transducer.
We had a blast and loved seeing our equipment in action. Check out the video below for Bobo’s drum solo, and some shots of the show!
Lead Guitar and Bass
Since bringing manufacturing back to the US, we have made some design adjustments to the Prosound that has made it stronger and more durable. For more information, see our product page here, or contact us here.
While Bill was in Amsterdam last week for ISE 2014 (more on that soon!), he had the opportunity to give a short introduction to our favorite products: the Platinum and Gold transducers, and our underwater speaker. Check out these clips to see what he had to say.
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Check out our underwater speaker here.
As the chilly weather comes upon us here in the northern hemisphere, you may be winterizing your pool and wondering what to do with your underwater speakers. If your pool runs the risk of freezing this winter, follow these tips for protecting your speakers against the ice:
- Always install speaker below the freeze line, under the ice.
- If speaker is already installed above the freeze line, take the it out of the niche and allow it to rest on the bottom of the pool.
- If there is not enough speaker cable to do that, place a crate on the bottom of the pool and allow the speaker to rest on the crate; do not let the speaker hang by the its cable.
Generally speaking, your Diluvio Underwater Speaker should be fine staying in the water through the winter. If you have our Aguaceiro Outdoor Speaker, check out this great clip to see how it stands up to wintery conditions.