Acoustic Innovations Raises Curtain on 25th Anniversary Curated Theaters

Home theater specialist Acoustic Innovations will unveil its Curated Theaters at CEDIA 2017, as well as highlight its elegant WallScapes acoustic panels.


Acoustic Innovations, a designer, manufacturer and installer of home theater seating, personal home theaters and accessories, is unveiling its 25th Anniversary Curated Theaters collection at CEDIA 2017 in San Diego.

Combining laser-engraved brass covered grilles, quality millwork and furniture-grade finishes, these three new curated designs provide the inspiration for an ultimate night at the cinema.

The different styles — CINERialto, CINERitz, and CINECirque — each provide an elegant environment with unique designs that speak to homeowners’ diverse tastes.

“The inspired design of the Curated Theaters featuring modular components takes our Theater Interior system to a whole new level,” says Jay Miller, founder of Acoustic Innovations. 

“We have a lot to celebrate during this, our 25th anniversary year,” adds Miller. “In addition to new products and capabilities, we welcomed James Theobald [national sales director], an industry veteran with more than 20 years in the home theater interiors market to the Acoustic Innovations family in February.”

The Curated Theaters collection offers one-of-a-kind laser-cut grilles designed for theater columns. The columns are available in two sizes to accommodate various room heights.

“Columns add architectural balance and diffuse surfaces inside the theater,” adds Theobald. “Another popular option is to place speakers inside the columns which provide a mounting point for decorative grilles or sconces.”

WallScapes Acoustic Treatment Panels Are Designer Friendly

Additionally, Acoustic Innovations will be highlighting its WallScapes acoustic treatment panels (Pisa style pictured below) at CEDIA. Combining absorption, reflection and diffusion principles, the design-friendly panels are available in six shapes, three sizes and 36 colors.

“The WallScapes flexible design allows the installer endless opportunities to collaborate with homeowners and interior designers to achieve an aesthetic solution that solves the challenge of properly tuning the room,” says Miller.

Countless configurations are also available with custom shapes, sizes or patterns, according to Miller.