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Grund Audio VIP Series Loudspeakers
Grund Audio has introduced the VIP Series of loudspeakers which are designed to provide users with full-range sound.

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The VIP series of speakers from Grund Audio provides electronics professionals with a choice of four models that are backed by optional wall mount provisions and protective powder-coated steel grilles.
October 26, 2012 | by CI Staff

Grund Audio Design has been producing speakers and other audio solutions since the mid-1980s under its own brand name and as an OEM provider.

The Skinny: Recently the Council Bluffs, Iowa-based company introduced its new VIP Series of loudspeakers which includes four models.

The Specs: The line starts with the two-way VIP-06 that includes a 1-inch dome tweeter and 6.5-inch midrange driver. The other three models utilize three-way designs, 5-inch midrange drivers, and Grund differentiates the speakers by incorporating 8-inch, 10-inch and 12-inch low-frequency drivers in the VIP-8, VIP-10 and VIP-12 speakers. Grund says the VIP-6 reproduces a frequency response of 68Hz to 20kHz, while the VIP-8, VIP-10 and VIP-12 respectively reproduce frequency responses of 45Hz to 18kHz, 40Hz to 18kHz and 38Hz to 18kHz.

Solutions: Grund says the speakers can be used in restaurants, schools, houses of worship and other public spaces.

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