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ClearView Audio to amp up ‘invisible’ speakers for music buffs

Emo Labs, a Waltham company that has just changed its name to ClearView Audio, said it has raised $1.05 million from private investors as it gears up to unveil a virtually invisible speaker system for audio buffs.

Plans call for ClearView Audio to debut its new speaker system at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in early January.

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In a press release, the company said that it uses something it calls Edge Motion technology to make a speaker system that relies heavily on transparent membranes. According to the company, the result is a speaker system that produces a rich sound without sacrificing aesthetics. Indeed, ClearView Audio claims its speakers are so unobtrusive as to be virtually invisible.

In a statement, chief executive Stefan Bokamper said: “This new funding will be used towards launching our first consumer-electronics product. Our products will be truly unique - clear audio from an invisible speaker that is beautiful and decor-friendly.”

Chris Reidy can be reached at reidy@globe.com.
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