Eminence - The worlds #1 loudspeaker
Nobody knows more about loudspeakers. Eminence has a manufacturing capacity of over 10,000 pieces per day (and growing!) building over 5,000 unique loudspeaker specifications. The Genuine Eminence range in our catalog provides cabinet and combo manufacturers with the world's widest choice of great sounding loudspeakers FROM STOCK. We can also supply variations on this range. Our engineers specialize in creating unique speakers to meet your own proprietary requirements.

As an Eminence customer, you can count on our consistancy to develop and maintain your reputation for a particular kind of sound. Your own loudspeaker models will be built identically day in and day out, year in and year out so they will always sound the same.

Our secret is a perfection of the engineering process. Quality control is not a post-production activity: it is inherent in the original engineering. Every component must meet the most rigorous tolerances making the manufacturing process extraordinarily efficient.

Quality, productivity and adaptability all contribute to our legendary capability to compete in world markets. From any other factory, Eminence prices would be too good to be true. In fact, like the loudspeakers, the prices are too good to ignore.

How a loudspeaker works...
The key components of a loudspeaker are shown in the diagram. When an electrical current passes through a wire coil (the voice coil) in a magnetic field, it produces a force which varies with the current applied. The cone, connected to the voice coil, moves in and out creating waves of high and low air pressure. The coil and magnet assembly are the "motor" structure of the loudspeaker. The movement is controlled by the loudspeaker's suspension which comprises the cone surround and the 'spider'.

The surround and spider allow the coil to move freely along the axis of the magnet's core (or pole) without touching the sides of the magnetic gap. Eminence technology and special materials mean that age-old 'compromises' of durability against sensitivity, or power handling against precision of response, are more easily solved than you might imagine.