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StereoStone Offers Da Vinci Cinema Rock Outdoor Speaker

StereoStone, a leader in American-made architectural outdoor weatherproof speakers, is proud to announce that it now offers its line of Da Vinci Cinema Rock high-fidelity 6/20/2006 12:33 PM Eastern

StereoStone Offers Da Vinci Cinema Rock Outdoor Speaker

Jun 20, 2006 4:33 PM




StereoStone, a leader in American-made architectural outdoor weatherproof speakers, is proud to announce that it now offers its line of Da Vinci Cinema Rock high-fidelity outdoor speaker systems in seven standard colors, as well as offering available color matching.

"The 'Da Vinci Cinema Rock' High-fidelity loudspeaker is now available in seven colors with a rugged rock finish so audio enthusiasts can choose the color that best fits the aesthetic requirements of their landscape," explains Alan Rottner, vice president of sales and marketing for StereoStone. "The sculptured styling of the Da Vinci makes this a beautiful, great-sounding addition to any outdoor environment. And, when time is of the essence, StereoStone typically ships for free any/all orders over $750 and usually the same day."

The Da Vinci line uses computer assisted designs (mlssa), and acoustical performance is enhanced beyond that of the typical box-type speaker by using a new semi elliptic parabaloid internal shaped enclosure. All StereoStone products, including the Da Vinci line, are also triple-protected from outdoor elements, including protection from insects, rain, snow, and ice, as well as from the sun's ultraviolet rays.

All Da Vinci models include StereoStone's exclusive weatherproof bass tuned port which extends bass frequencies down to 35Hz, while the inside of the enclosure remains environmentally isolated. Additionally, a 1in. Titanium tweeter using a neodymium rare earth magnet is utilized to provide "directional" (adjustable up/down and left/right) high-frequency response.

For more information on StereoStone's full lineup, please visit stereostone.com or call (800) 350-7866.


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