Where we came from
The history of the invisible speaker.
A team of British scientists creates a helicopter simulator with lifelike-sound by sending controlled vibrations throughout the main cabin structure.
Using the same method, a second discovery is made when the ability to reproduce recorded music is revealed.
Modern computing techniques allow mathematicians to model a vibrational surface, leading to improved designs.
The very first vibrational panel loudspeakers enter the UK market disguised as ceiling tiles and pictures.
Richard Newlove founds Amina in 1999.
Amina develops the world’s first plaster-over speaker. The first installation takes place at a German investment bank.
The Hi Fi market had begun to change dramatically. Multi-room audio comes to the forefront of the audio marketplace.
Amina is recognised as the world-leader in invisible audio technology. It continues to apply the scientific rigour which transformed a novel idea into a high-performance audio technology,