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Infinity Systems

Video Revolution in Tulsa, OK is an authorized dealer of Infinity Systems Products. Infinity Systems is an American manufacturer of loudspeakers founded by Arnie Nudell, John Ulrick and Cary Christie in 1968. Since 1983, Infinity has been part of the Harman International Industries group.

Founded in 1968, Infinity has produced affordable home and mobile/car audio solutions by innovating materials used in loudspeaker production, such as neodymium magnets, and polypropylene cone and surround materials. A designer named Arnie Nudell was responsible for loudspeakers that incorporated the EMIT/EMIM ribbon drivers. These were flat (planar) quasi-ribbons that worked to move air based on the principal of electro magnetic repulsion. EMIT/EMIM were acronyms for Electromagnetic Induction Tweeter and Midrange. Variants were made, such as the EMIT-R or radial tweeter, and the SEMIT or super emit. The first high end Infinity speakers were the servo-static (using a servo to control the woofer movement) and the quantum.

Since the departure of Nudell, Infinity speaker designs have taken a simpler, and more conventional approach without planar drivers. The efficient SM (Studio Monitor) series incorporated a polycell tweeter and graphite impregnated midrange/woofers. While not as elaborate or high end as previous Infinity efforts, they represented a popular consumer niche.

So if you are looking for Infinity Systems products in Tulsa, Sand Springs, Jenks, Owasso, Sapulpa, Broken Arrow, Bixby, Claremore, Okmulgee, Bartlesville and Muskogee, or if you have any questions about Infinity Systems products, please feel free to call us at 918-495-0586 or simply stop by Video Revolution at any time and we would be glad to help you.