• [Omnidirectional Commercial Audio Speakers]
    Soundsphere omnidirectional speakers and speaker systems feature hemispherical dispersion and full-range sound, creating solutions for a multitude of applications and environments.
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Omnidirectional Commercial Audio Speakers

Soundsphere omnidirectional speakers and speaker systems feature hemispherical dispersion and full-range sound, creating solutions for a multitude of applications and environments. From offices to ice arenas, from conference rooms to convention centers, there is a broad coverage solution from Soundsphere, the leader in omnidirectional speaker technology since 1976.

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The Soundsphere Model 110B loudspeaker offers clear voice announcements, seamless background music and even, omnidirectional coverage for retail, restaurant, industrial and recreational applications.

Soundsphere’s Model Q-12A omnidirectional loudspeaker excel clear voice announcements and high-fidelity foreground music at high sound pressure levels are required. Ideal applications include gymnasiums, ice rinks, transportation terminals, factories and nightclubs.

Unlike conventional paging horns that deliver harsh, unintelligible sound, Soundsphere's 110 series leverages our trademark 360-degree horizontal dispersion for pristine clarity and intelligibility.

360 Degrees of Crisp, Clear, Intelligible Sound

Products

At Soundsphere, we manufacture speakers offering hemispherical sound coverage for most applications. Lightweight Soundsphere speakers can be installed easily and quickly. Even large systems can be installed in a day or less.

The Soundsphere Difference

Every Soundsphere omnidirectional speaker produces a hemisphere of full-frequency sound. Conventional speakers produce coverage patterns that vary with frequency. Soundsphere speakers produce low, mid and high frequencies equally throughout their 180° x 360° area of coverage, maximizing speech intelligibility and music quality under — and to all sides of — the speaker.