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In the mid 1960s music was on the move. The growing "rock revolution," and the need to bring its explosion of new musical styles and messages to audiences around the world, demanded an evolution in the technology of touring sound: lightweight, mobile systems able to reproduce the depth and complexity of the music with absolute impact and clarity. Communication had become the critical factor in live sound. Bruce Howze, a creatively inclined loudspeaker designer working in Pennsylvania with influential bands such as Jefferson Airplane, was keenly aware that 2-way sound systems based on equipment from movie theaters were no longer viable. These had unacceptable limitations in coverage, clarity, and portability, largely due to their massive size, weight, and the lack of midrange output of their loudspeakers, a result of their limited 2-way design. Today, Community uses FRP composites, carbon fiber, polyethylene and other materials to create a wide range of all-weather, all-purpose loudspeakers that excel in any type of indoor or outdoor venue. Expanding beyond breakthrough efforts with vocal-range, horn-loaded products,Community has become known for a range of unique solutions that make sense. The company was the first to conceive of 3-, 4-, and 5-way loudspeaker system designs now used throughout the industry.

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