James Loudspeaker Says Size Definitely Does Matter, So Go Micro

James Loudspeaker, an innovative manufacturer of architectural speaker products for the residential and commercial custom integration industry, announced this week that they have redesigned their speaker grilles to a new Microperf-style for their small aperture product line. The new Microperf design is sure to be popular with architects, designers, integrators and end-users as it helps to more perfectly visually blend the speakers into the surrounding environment.

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Minden, NV-based James Loudspeaker has seen tremendous success with their small aperture line of architectural loudspeakers which packs a tremendous amount of performance punch into a small, unobtrusive form factor. The small aperture design yields a much smaller-sized speaker grille space that easily matches the size and shape of most high-quality interior lighting fixtures – helping the speakers to blend in visually for a client-pleasing look.

With this new grille redesign, James has reduced the diameter of the grille perforations for an even smoother visual impact. The company describes the effect as “a less obtrusive, almost invisible presentation that nearly vanishes into any décor.”

Photo showing a comparison of new James Loudspeaker Microperf speaker grille versus their original grille design
This photo shows James Loudspeaker’s new Microperf speaker grille design on the left versus the original grille design on the right. The company says this new design is sure to please architects, designers, integrators…and their clients.

This new Microperf design will now come standard on all James Loudspeaker small aperture models available now and in the future.

“The objective of this new grille design was to create a solution that is even more appealing to the architects, designers and homeowners who work with our network of integrators. Our Small Aperture lineup has been adopted as the definitive architectural speaker solution, and we are always striving to make even subtle improvements that bring added value to our customers.”

Keith Parke, National Sales Director at James Loudspeaker
James Loudspeaker CEO Mark Schafle showing one of their small aperture speakers (with original grille design) getting packed for shipping. One of James’ most successful line of products, their small aperture speakers put out very high quality, full-range sound in a small form factor.

While others may offer a speaker grille design that looks similar to the new James Microperf style, in fact, a company-connected source has told me that company engineers went through extensive research and testing in working on this design. Their goal was simple, come up with a design with smaller grille openings that retain the high sonic performance standards for which James Loudspeaker is so well known. The company says their new Microperf design provides “nearly identical frequency response and dispersion to the original” grille design.

For more details on all James Loudspeaker products, visit: www.jamesloudspeaker.com.

Want to go a little deeper with James? Speak directly with the team by emailing sales@jamesloudspeaker.com.

About Ted

A sales and marketing specialist - primarily in the technology industry - I've experienced a sort of "circle of life" in business. I've been a mass merchant retailer, a specialty retailer, a specialty manufacturer, a large volume manufacturer, a distributor, and even represented sales representatives. Now the owner of a marketing company that works with a variety of businesses on improving their strategic marketing and business development - I analyze issues from all angles to develop holistic solutions.

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