SPL, Yorkville, Yorkville Sound Announce Licensing Agreement

Nov 18, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors

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This agreement allows Yorkville Sound the use of Sound Physics Labs patented Unity™ Summation Aperture Horn Technology and the name Unity™ in conjunction with Yorkville's new Unity™ family of products.

Pictured from left: Todd Michaels, Yorkville Loudspeaker speaker designer; Thomas Danley, director of R&D; Sound Physics Labs/ServoDrive Brad Skuran, president; and Bill Woods, Yorkville Loudspeaker speaker designer

Brad Skuran, president of Sound Physics Labs Inc, said, "Yorkville is a market-savvy, technology-driven company committed to providing sensibly priced loudspeakers systems to a diverse group of end-users. They found Danley's Unity design a significant departure from conventional ‘me-too’ loudspeakers and decided that taking this new approach would positively impact sales. Their high standards for speaker manufacturing met our requirements, plus they are uniquely qualified to market and distribute our technology especially in Canada and the northeastern United States."

"Yorkville always wants to deliver the best possible products to our customers," said Ron Tizzard, VP of Yorkville, "and have always taken a certain pride in introducing innovative loudspeaker technologies that challenge the size vs. price . performance barriers. We are truly excited about bringing Unity horn technology to the marketplace in a relatively compact cabinet, and at a price that makes it exciting for Yorkville's dealers and end-users. We see Unity as one of the most significant new innovations in loudspeaker design over the last few decades. And also see it as a rare opportunity to redefine the performance the industry expects from a high-performance, mid-priced loudspeaker box."

For more information, visit Sound Physics Labs at www.soundphysics.com or Yorkville Sound at www.yorkville.com.






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