Aluminous Audio Announces Newest Version of Gravitas Loudspeaker System

Aluminous Audio Announces Newest Version of Gravitas Loudspeaker System

The following is a press release issued by Aluminous Audio.

March 30, 2017 - Aluminous Audio is proud to announce the newest version of the GRAVITAS loudspeaker system. This is the first loudspeaker system in the world to use gravity as the primary isolation technique. Previously, only the GRAVITAS monitors were fully isolated through their integrated isolation stands. Now, we have enabled our subwoofer pairs to benefit from the same level isolation. Each subwoofer now includes four patent pending IVCM modules. With the IVCM modules in place on each subwoofer, full mechanical isolation of the subwoofers from the floor is achieved. With the subwoofer pairs placed and setup by Aluminous Audio and their authorized dealers, the sonic result is extraordinary, as the floor of the listening room is no longer resonating along with the music. Bass is much more defined and the entire sonic image is purified.

The significance of the IVCM subwoofer isolation modules includes the fact that your electronics and source equipment are effectively isolated from the vibration generated by the loudspeakers, especially the powerful forces of low frequency sounds. With the new IVCM modules, floor vibration is dramatically reduced and your source equipment is able to maintain much cleaner signals. Your entire system benefits from the reduced floor vibration.

A second brand new technology involves the GRAVITAS monitors. Each monitor is equipped with a proprietary crossover component called HDB, or "High Definition Balance" that removes distortion generated by the mechanical action of the drivers. Micro electric signals are generated from the mechanical action of any driver as it plays music. The HDB module helps remove this driver generated signal from being fed back into the crossover and causing distortion to be introduced back into the drivers. The HDB is especially effective at removing high frequency distortion. The HDB sonic improvement is very comparable to an amplifier upgrade. The sound is more defined with better control, definition and liquidity.

Both new technologies will be demonstrated for the first time at AXPONA 2017 in room 542. For additional information or inquiries contact Aluminous Audio directly by calling 509-434-8889 or email LUKE@ALUMINOUSAUDIO.COM More information about our loudspeaker designs is available at our website,