The most salient single aspect of the [VUE] demo was the consistency of voicing across the entire product line. Even the smallest cabinets impressed with their forward voicing, punch and clarity.

Frank WellsEditorPro Sound News

Truextent Beryllium

Learn why VUE’s use of beryllium allows VUE systems to provide audiophile quality high-frequency clarity and detail unique to high output systems.
Beryllium’s extremely high stiffness-to-mass ratio, outperforms both aluminum and titanium by dramatically reducing mechanical deformation (breakup), and shifting resonant frequencies outside the audible range. As a result, beryllium offers the potential to advance loudspeaker performance well beyond today’s “state-of-the-art” systems.

Want to understand the latest developments in line array technology?

ACOUSTIC LINEARITY is the sum total of the process and technology that went into developing the al-Class. The Acoustic Linearity White Paper covers the development of line array loudspeakers from the 1930’s through Continuous Source Topology (CST™) technology as applied in the VUE al-Class systems that offer useful and flexible suite of sound reinforcement tools to address a wide range of field applications.

NAMM: New Product Previews and Top Industry Talent Frame the Future of Live Sound

NAMM: New Product Previews and Top Industry Talent Frame the Future of Live Sound – VUE Booth #14501

In addition to product previews, VUE will host a series of InnerVUEs — a series of presentation and Q&A sessions with top industry touring engineers, sound designers, and technology innovators. InnerVUEs will take place on the first, second and third days of the show.

VUE Rings in New Year With Three New Hires As Part of Ongoing Expansion

VUE adds talent to domestic team in loudspeaker design and account management; George Dreyer, Jon Garner, Brandon Rinas
On the heels of a record-setting 2017 and it’s largest U.S. national tour, VUE today announced that a new senior product engineer, George Dreyer, and two additional sales representatives, Jon Garner and Brandon Rinas have joined the rapidly expanding VUE team. Dreyer, Garner, and Rinas will be based out of VUE’s headquarters in Escondido, CA.
According to Ken Berger, VUE founder, and CEO, the new hires will play a key part in the company’s aggressive growth trajectory.

VUE plugs into Hip-Hop Culture at COMPLEXCON 2017

Sound Image deploys al-12 line array system for the world’s largest two-day gathering of artists and enthusiasts of trending fashion, art, food and music headlined by N.E.R.D.

Escondido, Calif. – December 14th, 2017 – Top visionaries in the street fashion, art and music scene descended upon the Long Beach Convention Center over the weekend of November 4th for ComplexCon, which organizers dubbed “This generation’s World Fair, as part mall, part fashion show, and part hip-hop concert.” The Host Committee was led by Cultural Director/Executive Chair Pharrell Williams, legendary artist Takashi Murakami, Off-White designer and founder Virgil Abloh, Colette co-founder Sarah Andelman, reggaeton superstar J. Balvin and actor/activist Jaden Smith.

VUE Wraps the Italian Summer Festival Season at Indiegeno

According to Sinergie’s Livio Spallino, the festival was a great example of how VUE provides Sinergie with a competitive edge, and has helped make them the go-to sound company on the Italian music festival circuit. “The Indiegeno Festival was essentially 6 live venues packaged into one festival. With each new day we had to design a system with diffusion suitable for particular circumstances ranging from squares in ancient villages to nature reserves and beaches. Thanks to Sinergie’s Rosario “Saro” Tinè as the Festival’s resident FOH engineer, and the flexibility and sonic character of VUE’s Continuous Source Topology, we were able to configure systems that delivered each and every night. With VUE in our arsenal, we know we can take on these sorts of complex projects and exceed client, and audience, expectations every single time.”