In the fall of 2015, JaguarAudioDesign.com built a sound system in the music room at Door of Faith (Baja, Mexico). Our friends at Vanatoo donated a pair of their amazing Transparent One powered speakers. This was part of a month-long project, where we also filmed our short film, A Day at Door of Faith.
The fact that these little speakers can fill a room of this size (25′ x 30′) with sound and solid bass is a testament to their design, which includes passive radiator membranes in the rear, thus increasing the bass range surface area. Normally we’d place these speakers on stands, but this room is used for everything from choir practice to dental exams and with dozens of little kids running around having speakers and cables on the floor just wouldn’t work. The solution was a pair of great ceiling mounts we found on Amazon.com, for $50. Drilling through the cabinets, without damaging the sensitive electronics in the right speaker was tricky, but it turned out great.
Note: Watch in Full-Screen, 1080HD mode, for the best viewing experience.