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Community Celebrates its 40th!

United States
CHESTER, PA, 21 January 2008 — Community Professional Loudspeakers celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2008. Founded four decades ago by Bruce Howze, Community has grown to become a worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of innovative professional loudspeakers.

From its early days, Community established its reputation as an innovator. With its unique fiberglass horns and enclosures and industry-leading transducer and loudspeaker designs, Community products have always stressed high performance and unsurpassed quality supported by meticulous testing and documentation. Community’s popular weather-resistant systems, including the R-Series and WET Series II lines, are the audio system centerpiece in arenas and stadia throughout the world.

Community is a worldwide leader in professional loudspeakers, but the company hasn’t strayed from Howze’s original philosophy of innovation in loudspeaker design. From high-performance horns and detailed performance documentation to signal-aligned loudspeaker systems and Ferrofluid-cooled drivers, Community boasts a long list of “firsts” in professional loudspeakers.

Today, Community continues to place a priority on innovation and quality favoring a long-held tradition of unassuming excellence. Going forward, Community is poised to continue this leadership role, demonstrating by example its “40 Years of Innovative Loudspeakers”.
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