This beautiful home in Kent (South-East England) has achieved just that with Amina speakers (http://www.amina.co.uk/
To understand how VPT (Vibrational Panel Technology) loudspeakers propagate sound which is different to how conventional loudspeakers work, it is easiest to consider how an acoustic musical instrument such as a violin fills a space with sound. Like a VPT loudspeaker, the violin creates sound through vibrations generated in the light weight rigid wooden sound box from the energy transferred from the strings through the action of the bow. Musical instruments radiate spherically right across the frequency range and provides high clarity sound and works well in reverberant spaces. Similarly, VPT loudspeakers radiate effectively, hemispherically from the wall or ceiling right across the frequency range and do not get more directional with frequency as it does with a conventional loudspeaker.
Using VPT loudspeakers provides a wonderful surround sound experience to those enjoying the experience and the extended listening sweet spot means the position of the listener in relation to the speakers is not as crucial. For this installation the speakers were installed behind a 2mm final skim of plaster, then wallpaper was applied to complete the decoration. The end client explained his delight and the reaction of his friends and family at how wonderful the invisible speakers are, not just because of the sound quality or the invisibility but their friends thoughts on them, “Seeing peoples reactions to the totally hidden 5.1 speakers (http://www.amina.co.uk/
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