This past October at CEDIA in Dallas, Grimani returned to the show with fully operational, full-size production units of his CinemaOne Audio Ensemble…
Sub Pop founder Bruce Pavitt, audio guru Anthony Grimani, and the STEAM Carnival comes to town.
…Grimani Systems is providing an all-encompassing loudspeaker, system design and calibration, and acoustical services package for the discerning audio enthusiasts. Spearheaded by acclaimed system designer and acoustician Anthony Grimani, as well as cofounder Manny LaCarrubba, who developed the CinemaOne Audio Ensemble and Conic Section Array waveguide, Grimani’s CinemaOne System is a fully networked audio system…
On the audio side Grimani Systems launched new, 3-way active “Cinema Audio Ensembles” for custom installations. The speakers are unique in many ways, including a claimed 180-degrees of horizontal dispersion extending even into the normally directional treble range.
The new Beta speaker from Grimani Systems was the subject of the best two‐channel demo I heard at CEDIA 2015. Granted, the speakers are designed to be only a part of a complete surround system, but at the show, a pair of Betas got to strut their stuff in a traditional stereo configuration.
Scott talks with journalists Brent Butterworth, Mark Henninger, and Tom Norton about what we saw and heard from CEDIA 2015.
Usually when someone touts a revolution in speaker design, it’s not really revolutionary and its advantages underwhelm. Thus, despite the reputation of audio expert Anthony Grimani, I doubted that his new line of speakers, sold under the Grimani Systems brand, would impress me much.