In 1966 Bob Gault founded what was to become the world’s largest loudspeaker manufacturing company after working as an engineer for Magnavox and CTS (Chicago Telephone Supply). Gault started Eminence building only three 18” speakers per day, based on a commitment from Ampeg’s Everett Hull. Under the leadership of Gault and most recently his son, Rob, the company’s capacity grew to over 10,000 speakers per day, employing nearly 200 people.
Eminence has teamed up with Nashville session artist and Rascal Flatts sideman Travis Toy to create a 300 watt, ultra-lightweight signature pedal steel guitar speaker.
Eminence is pleased to announce the addition of music industry veteran Daniel Neves as Latin American Sales Representative. Through his manufacturers’ representative firm, Tree Media, Neves will be selling Eminence products and marketing their OEM capabilities in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay and Columbia.
Eminence is proud to announce the appointment of Dan Ryterski to the role of Cabinet/Systems Sales and Design Engineer. In his new role with Eminence, Ryterski will be working directly with OEM/ODM customers to move their projects quickly from concept to marketable product.
We’re looking very forward to seeing all of our good friends at the 2015 Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, CA. If you plan on attending the show you definitely want to stop by and see our new products, check out our product demo room, and see the following artists demoing all the great tones we have available. We’re at booth #4334 in Hall C.
Eminence is proud to announce several new Pro Audio and Musical Instrument Loudspeakers and HF products for 2015. Pro Audio introductions include two 5″ models with truncated frames for tight placement in line array applications. The Definimax family of high-power drivers has been expanded to include 12″ and 15″ ultra-low frequency models. Also see the N314T-8 and N320T-8 neodymium compression drivers.