TruAudio Goes to Great Lengths to Meet Home Theater Demands

TruAudio has just announced a new series of custom-length soundbars that can be manufactured and shipped within three days.


Adding to its selection of home theater products, TruAudio has announced a new series of custom-length soundbars that dealers can use to match the physical dimensions of flat-panel TVs.

TruAudio says the custom-length soundbars can be built and shipped within three days, and the products incorporate its patent-pending front wire pass-through design that allows dealers to mount it, terminate the wires and make the speaker-wire connections with ease. 

“We never stop looking for ways to help our dealers be innovative and profitable,” says Bryan Garner, president of TruAudio. “With modern home designs it can be challenging to find a place to incorporate all of the speakers required for the front soundstage of audio systems; our custom-length soundbar is the perfect solution. These soundbars will give our dealers the same great sound they expect from TruAudio in a sleek design that mounts to any TV using our new custom bracket.”

The Utah-based company points out the custom-length soundbar series employs aluminum enclosures that provides the products with a modern look and an added level of durability, and they can be configured to match any home audio system, including center channel, stereo or LCR applications. 

Aiding the soundbar's ability to complement the slim-profile size of today's flat-panel TVs, TruAudio notes the soundbars are just 2.4-inches deep, and they can be made to accommodate sizes from 42 to 90 inches. 

TruAudio adds that it offers the the line of products in two performance levels with both versions employing 4.5-inch drivers. Explaining further, the company says the entry-level tier features polypropylene woofers, while the step-up products feature its signature carbon-fiber drivers. 

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Robert Archer
Robert Archer:

Bob is an audio enthusiast who has written about consumer electronics for various publications within Massachusetts before joining the staff of CE Pro in 2000. Bob is THX Level I certified, and he's also taken classes from the Imaging Science Foundation (ISF) and Home Acoustics Alliance (HAA). Bob has also served as the technology editor for CE Pro's sister publication Commercial Integrator. In his personal time beyond his family, he's studied guitar and music theory at Sarrin Music Studios in Wakefield, Mass., and he also studies Kyokushin karate at 5 Dragons and Brazilian jiu-jitsu at Binda Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.