This is a prototype loudspeaker from Sonance. No, it didn't sound
very interesting to me - but what a display.
These photos are about Stewart's STARLIFT version
of their STARGLAS screen. Not sure how and where this setup, with
the screen sliding up from/ down into a tallish base - would be
useful - but we really love the STARGLAS video.
B&W, Rotel and Calsse
A little hard to see - but the demonstrator is using the crank to
point the speaker high-frequency section down towards an imaginary
listener who has scooted a little closer to the speaker.
What a great name for all of these servers that do this task
and little else.
The Digital Projection booth
This video is being display at the same time a spotlight is
shining on the screen. It looked just fine in a bright light
environment. I think we prefer STARGLAS - but this is definitely
another option for our living room that is all glass except for a
This is the apparatus behind the screen - the
(rear) projector is shining up onto an angled mirror that refjects
the image onto the screen and displays the movie.
Hunting for something interesting
ReQuest. Why are the ReQuest people always so unhappy and kind of
An expanded version of the JL Audio 'Gotham' subwoofer.