Cabinet and Stand Finishes
Any color, wood stain, or veneer — even full-custom airbrush designs — can be applied to your Induction Dynamics speakers. Need a custom finish or look for your home? Just ask! Whether you want an auto finish, an exotic wood veneer, or just an ordinary paint or stain, Induction Dynamics will custom-finish your High-End Customizable Speakers system to your exact specifications.
Custom Wood Veneer
Induction Dynamics® will match your wood furniture if you send us a veneer or a sample piece for us to match.
Send us your own choice of finish, or send us a sample and we’ll match it. We can even paint your speakers using a two-part auto finish.
Customize It Yourself
For the ultimate in High-End Customizable Speakers, we’ll ship the unfinished cabinet to a finisher of your choice.
Grilles from Induction Dyanamics’ extensive selection of fabric choices can add a splash of color to your listening room, or for a more cohesive style can be matched to drapes, carpet or furniture. Grilles are included with the price of the speaker in 63 standard fabric options.
Induction Dynamics in-wall speakers are completely covered by the grille. Choose a grille that matches your drapes, furniture or walls, or choose a stylish accent color.
NOTE: Actual fabric colors may differ from the samples shown below. To assist with your selection of grille fabrics contact an authorized Induction Dynamics reseller to receive a fabric swatch book.
To customize your freestanding speaker system, consider Induction Dynamics speaker stands. Built from the same materials as our speaker cabinets, stands offer functionality and style for our freestanding bookshelf and center channel models.
The most important function of a speaker stand is to raise the speaker’s tweeter to ear level. Humans hear higher frequencies (the kind a tweeter produces) as more directional than bass sounds. For music and movie dialogue to sound intelligible and realistic, speakers must be positioned at the proper height.
The deep sounds produced by a subwoofer are not perceived as directional, but placing a sub on the floor creates its own set of problems. Furniture and other obstacles can interfere with the low frequency waves, resulting in an uneven frequency response and an imperfect listening experience. To give a subwoofer the height it needs to fully express all bass notes evenly, we’ve built subwoofer stands strong enough to handle their weight and heavy movement.
Center Channel Stand
Weight: 17 lbs.
Bookshelf Speaker Stand
Weight: 13 lbs.
Weight: 14 lbs.