Acurus Scorpion powers KLH architectural speakers demo at CEDIA Expo 2018

The power and compact audio purity of Acurus multi-zone unites with exciting KLH Maxwell and Faraday in-wall and in-ceiling speakers
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Indianapolis, IN – August 30, 2018 – Indy Audio Labs announces that its fully-matrixed, ultra-compact, multi-zone Acurus Scorpion amplifier will power the architectural portion of KLH’s demo at CEDIA Expo 2018. KLH is demonstrating its entire line of premium in-room and architectural speakers Thursday Sept. 6 and Friday Sept. 7 at the San Diego InterContinental Hotel (Bayview Ballroom B) located closely to the Convention Center.

Ted Moore, CTO of Indy Audio Labs, commented, "The Scorpion is the perfect amplification solution for showcasing the great new architectural products from KLH. People will see and hear a terrific fusion of what excellence in audio electronics and excellence in speaker design can produce. Acurus produces flat-out the highest-level of premium audio electronics in the industry by any metric you choose. Time and time again Acurus products are chosen by the top CEDIA manufacturers to enable their customer demonstrations. Precision audio engineering is in our DNA and by choosing the Scorpion, KLH is telling the world that their kick-ass speakers deserve the best in audio electronics as a foundation. The KLH demo will undoubtedly be a must-hear at CEDIA."

George Harris, Vice President of Marketing for KLH, said, "KLH, now revived and under the ownership and direction of former Klipsch Global Sales president and board member David P. Kelley, is introducing a killer line of new in-room, architectural and all weather speakers during CEDIA Expo. We chose the Acurus Scorpion Multi-Zone amplifier to power the demo our Maxwell and Faraday speakers confident that the combo of precision Acurus audio electronics and our fantastic new KLH speakers will provide the ultimate audio experience.

At the Acurus/Aragon/IAL booth, #3251, visitors will be able to see and learn about the Acurus ACT 4 16-channel &/or 20-channel processor, the Muse multi-purpose media room immersive processor, the M8 8-channel companion amplifier, ASPEQT room-correction kit, the Scorpion multi-zone amplifier, the Aries 2.1 integrated amplifier, and the Aragon 8008 200W monoblock amplifier.


About Indy Audio Labs: Headquartered in Indianapolis, IN (USA), Indy Audio Labs is an international leader in audio electronics design and manufacturing and is owner of the revered high-performance brands Aragon and Acurus. Indy Audio Labs manufactures all its audio components in the USA using custom fabricated parts and assemblies based on its proprietary electronics, mechanical, and software designs.

Media contact: Deirdre Moore, Director of Marketing & Communications,

About KLH: Originally founded in 1957 as KLH Research and Development Corporation in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the company developed some of the biggest innovations in audio. In 2017, the brand was acquired by David P. Kelley, formerly President of Global Sales and board member for Klipsch. As president and CEO of KLH, Mr. Kelley has taken KLH back to its roots, to build world-class loudspeakers and radios at affordable prices beginning with a robust line of bookshelf, floor standing, and home theater speakers, as well as updated versions of the iconic Model Nine and Model Eight.



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