London, UK, August 2020 – L-Acoustics Creations, a division of L-Acoustics, has created a range of groundbreaking sound systems for the home. Archipel Sound Systems use the speakers and sound technology that power the world’s leading live music venues from London to Las Vegas.
From The Hammersmith Apollo to The Hollywood Bowl, L-Acoustics is the go-to live sound system for sound engineers, venues and touring artists worldwide and now the same technology can be used to enjoy live performances at home.
Established in 1984, L-Acoustics pioneered the line source array technology and constant sound innovations that has seen L-Acoustics become a market leader and listed as one of the Most Innovative Companies in 2020 by Fast Company.
The Archipel sound systems include a mix of desktop, lounge, home cinema and versatile indoor-outdoor set ups which carry the exclusive sonic signature that give music fans that front row feeling.
“Consumer focus has shifted to the home, and to high end home audio as artists create a growing library of live streaming content,” explains Guillaume Le Nost, Managing Director, Creative Technologies, L-Acoustics.
“Consequently, interest in the best home sound systems is surging and L-Acoustics Creations is uniquely placed to fulfil the desire to bring the concert home. We’ve put three decades of professional audio experience into creating packages that transform musical content into an experience that satisfies the most demanding music lover. In designing Archipel, we wanted a best-of-both-worlds marriage of pro audio and high end sound”.
L-Acoustics Creations home sound systems can be reserved online now.
THE RANGE EXPLAINED
Fiji 2.1 – A compact system for the home office or lounges
Hawaii 2.1 – A powerful system for large lounges
Tahiti 2.1 – A sleek, system for music and home cinema needs
Tonga 2.1 – A system with an enhanced sub woofer, ideal for home cinema listening and indoor-outdoor use
Ibiza 2.0 – A party sound system used by the world’s biggest DJs
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