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Soundsphere has been the leader in omnidirectional speaker technology since 1976. Their speakers feature hemispherical dispersion and full-range sound, providing solutions for a multitude of applications, from offices to arenas, and convention centres.

 

Every speaker from Soundsphere’s range are omnidirectional and produces full-frequency sound from their sphere-shaped compartments, as opposed to traditional speaker systems that tend to only produce audio with varying frequencies. Full frequency sound means you can you still hear mid- and high-frequency sounds at the same level, regardless of how far you stand from the speaker. 

 

A diffused sound field disperses audio evenly throughout the room and not just in one direction, making the audio output clearer and smoother than single directional speakers which can often project tinny and harsh sound. What this means is that fewer speakers are needed to cover an area, eliminating complications with clunky units and the risk of problems that often come with acoustically challenging regions.

 

Soundsphere speakers are easy to install and ultra-lightweight. They come in a wide range of sizes and colours, and their robust bodies can suit a whole range of application types.

 

To take full advantage of Soundsphere’s extensive coverage, their speakers are often mounted to the ceiling of a room so they can be closer to the listener’s ear and to achieve a broader dispersion in direct contrast to non-distinct reverberant sound. This aspect of Soundsphere speakers also makes them a great addition to pre-existing multiple-speaker systems without having to engineer them to suit conventional cluster speakers.