Nevada-based James Loudspeaker designs and manufactures high-performance speakers for residential and commercial applications, and has announced the formation of the Mavericks Architectural Cinema (MAC) division. It will focus on the design, engineering and product specification of high-performance cinema sound systems.

James Loudspeaker says the Mavericks cinema speakers provide “ultra-wide bandwidth, very high sound pressure levels and ultra-low distortion” making for a “stunning” listening experience. The James Loudspeaker MAC division will focus on design, engineering and product specification of high-performance cinema sound systems ranging from 5.1 systems to immersive audio setups utilizing one or more of the available 3D home theater formats.

John Bishop, EVP, James Loudspeaker

The company says that EVP John Bishop has leveraged his expertise in cinema design from the past 20 years as sales engineer, consultant and technical rep for companies such as Runco International, Christie Digital, Barco Residential, Stewart Filmscreen, ACURUS and Trinnov. “John’s genuine passion and expertise in the residential cinema category has been evident to us during our entire working relationship,” said CEO Mark Schafle. “John has been at the forefront of exceptional residential cinema design since the category began, and I am confident that he will bring significant value to James Loudspeaker and our discerning customers in this role.”

James Loudspeaker offers a selection of architectural speakers along with custom solutions that “minimize visual presence” while delivering the finest sound quality for indoor, outdoor and marine audio systems. Engineered and manufactured in the US since 1999, the company’s products are sold and installed through custom integration specialists worldwide. For more information, contact [email protected], or go to




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