Energy Rooms™

Connecting Listeners to "LIVE" Sound Reproduction

Live-Vibe Technology™ Infused into Architectural Design

Energy Rooms™ by Star Sound Technologies, LLC

It has long been known and understood that the listening room acts as the final loudspeaker involved in any recording and playback system. Considering how a designer might change the sound of a loudspeaker by bracing the enclosure or by managing the dynamic energy of the individual mechanical components, we acknowledge that one can also improve the sound of a room by applying the same principles utilized during loudspeaker design.

In 2008 Dr. Andrew Gear, a lifelong audiophile, approached Star Sound on the topic of actually developing such a room so that his passion for the 'live performance' could be realized through his hi-fi system in the privacy of his own home. He issued this challenge to a few companies and in October of 2012, upon receiving various proposals, he decided to invest in Live-Vibe Technology™ infused into the structural design of his listening room.

"It is not every day an experienced listener comes along and takes financial risk in further developing technology atypical to the majority of industry's understanding of vibration management, investing it into one of his most sacred assets – his residence.

"For a small research and development company like Star Sound this opportunity presented the challenge of a lifetime". Robert Maicks – President Star Sound Technologies, LLC

Fueled by the passion for invention the team at Star Sound set out to procure the very first mechanically grounded room in all of audio. The thought of developing such a product has been instilled in us since the discovery of Sistrum Platforms in 2001. For years engineering has dreamed about inventing and constructing a world class sound room evolving a newfound technology for use in the structure of recording studios, modern day show environments and critical listening suites.

What if...?

you were listening to music in a room where all the vibrating walls, flooring and ceilings react the same to volume, frequency and dynamics and in unison?

there were no ninety degree angles to conflict with the laminar flow and movement of energy?

the room reduces or eliminates surface first reflection points?

the design could eliminate corner loading effects from all ninety degree intersections further managing detrimental acoustic energies?

the room was avoid of implemented acoustic traps or panels in order to "correct, modify or dictate and change" to the natural flows of energies and sound?

a 'live pressure zone' of energy was encapsulated allowing for a natural speed and decay of resonance transferring through a continuously vibrating environment, connecting to the same acoustic, electrical and mechanical grounding plane?

What would this room sound like...?

We present to the world - Energy Rooms™ by Star Sound Technologies, LLC

Contact Robert Maicks for additional information, investment projections on room development costs or to schedule an audition.

"Frankly, audio engineers, including me, tend to be skeptical of many audiophile industry claims, despite that we largely share the same passions. I've visited an Energy Room and was indeed quite impressed with the purity of sound transmission." Rob Tavaglione – Pro Audio Review Staff Writer, Owner Catalyst Recording Studio, Charlotte NC