What was that noise? Hiding your Audio

Amina in wall speaker system

What was that noise? Hiding your Audio

Following on from our previous blog on how to hide your TV screens we thought we’d talk about how to hide your speakers. Quite often AV equipment is designed with functionality in mind first and aesthetics a distant second.

Home cinema or music systems can be quite cumbersome with unsightly speakers being difficult to disguise or hide. Well, not anymore! We work with some of the finest suppliers and craftsman using the latest technology and techniques to make sure your sound system doesn’t become an eyesore.

Our friends at Future Automation are experts in obscuring speakers behind pictures or you can even have them pop up from hidden recesses.

Artcoustic design custom sound systems to fully integrate to your décor (pic below). Their goal is to push the envelope when it comes to building innovative loudspeakers of the highest quality. Capitalising on their traditional Danish heritage they create signature pieces that will not only make your décor look flawless but sound amazing too.

Triad Speakers provide custom paint and wood finishes complementing any style of décor (pic below). They have even introduced a range of invisible or spot light sized speakers for your ceiling – that is of course; if you have suitable ceiling voids or alternatively a dropped ceiling can be installed to accommodate them.

If you are looking for a speaker system that is completely hidden from view, you’ll want to check out Amina. A British company, Amina design and manufactures invisible speakers (pic below). That’s right – invisible! Their range of ‘plaster-over’ speakers will completely disguise your sound system while delivering high quality audio to your home cinema or entertainment area.

If you are interested in any of these innovative techniques and technologies for your home make sure you get in touch with us. As expert installers we are perfectly placed to advise the best solution for you. Give us a call on 0345 505 1760 or email us. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

Feature image – Amina