High-end loudspeaker system designer Wisdom Audio of Carson City, NV, has today announced the launch of a newly redesigned website wisdomaudio.com. The site provides visitors with whole new way to experience the technology behind the company’s high-fidelity, high-performance audio systems and get the technical information they need for any installation, claims the company.
“We’ve always gone the extra mile to arm our customers with the information they need to better understand audio and its relationship to the space they’re selling our solutions in,” says managing director, Luc Guillaume. “The new website delivers those same great learning resources, but adds visually rich content that makes it even easier and faster to get the information and support they need to select the right audio solution for the job. This is just another step in reinforcing the exceptional quality and experience behind the engineering of Wisdom Audio’s technology.”
The user-friendly website offers intuitive navigation of Wisdom Audio’s entire audio portfolio, and users can explore by product range, series or type. On its Showcase page, users can see home theaters, media spaces and showrooms installed with Wisdom Audio systems.
Wisdom began life in Nevada in 1996 when Tom and Debi Bohlender, formerly of BG Radia, set about developing speaker products based on thin film planar magnetic technology and, according to Guillaume, the pair were ‘…really focusing on the high-end super-duper two channel’. The company eventually changed hands, expanded its team, and shifted focus towards home cinema and, specifically, in-wall applications.
If you find yourself looking for a high-end installation more along the lines of Steinway Lingdorf or JBL Synthesis, the new Insight series in-walls and associated room equalization products for your home theater will command a hefty price tag, but you should expect hefty performance too.
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