(NEWS) Treehaus Audiolab introduces new “Texture Black Metallic” finish at the FloridaInternational Audio Expo

Treehaus Audiolab will make its debut appearance at FLAX, supplying speakers to
Geshelli Labs for a special listening room. Audiophiles can experience Treehaus
Audiolab speakers on superb solid-state equipment in Florida for the first time.
A new finish debuts on the “National Treasure” live-edge wood field coil speakers at
FLAX. Given the art-school roots of Treehaus, it should be no surprise that late
nights, then and now, often consist of a heavy diet of Shoegaze. Rob Dickinson, of
Catherine Wheel and of Singer Vehicle Design, has provided not only the
soundtrack, but also the inspiration, for how analog objects of the past can be
reimagined for the future. As a loving tribute, this latest finish is called “Texture
Black Metallic.” A high pigment load deep black base is applied over a grain-rich
live edge plinth, then top coated with a hand-rubbed oil finish containing a fine
silver metallic mica. The grain subtlety captures this silver, providing visual depth
and making this black anything but ordinary.

About Treehaus Audiolab
Audio Mania, the pursuit of best sound, is our design ethos. We find inspiration in
technology from the golden ages of audio around the world, and reimagine it for the
21st century listener. Treehaus Audiolab was founded in 2017 in Connecticut.
Treehaus Audiolab

Rich Pinto – Principal

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