Thanks Ray. We have been using that specific pantone metallic for a couple of years on our soundbars and we were excited to bring it over into the component home theater space.Mr-914 wrote:Really great work. I love the colors, I feel like I haven't seen that kind of brassy metal look on speakers before. The website flash video is cool too. It treats them like sculpture, as they should be.
So great that your group was able to take ownership of this. At SU is this typically the domain of a marketing or other internal/external marketing design resource, with this body of work being something you wanted to bring internally?" The team also designed the website, shot and edited the launch video, shot all of the product photography, designed the print ads, and designed all of the event materials for the press launch."
@Yo - Just picked up a set of the 5.1 Signatures for the new home theater...the ID sold these over the supposedly fantastic sounding but kind of chintzy looking Elac Debuts. I'll probably never turn them up loud enough to be worthwhile so they better look good.yo wrote:We announced a new walnut finish today at CES. The front baffle is a matte graphite with the trim panel being a high gloss graphite that almost has a glass like feel. The drivers and tweeters stay the same titanium finish as the black. This new CMF really shows off the design language.