In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1968

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1968

Infinity Systems is founded by aerospace engineers who launched the Servo-Static I with the world's first powered subwoofer. It did take a rocket scientist - three of them, in fact.

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1975

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1975

Infinity introduces the EMITTM Electromagnetic Induction Tweeter to produce crystal-clear highs. Cymbals have never sounded so amazing.

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1978

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1978

Decades ahead of their time, Infinity’s polypropylene speaker cones impress the audio world with improved rigidity and minimal distortion. A giant leap forward for audio accuracy.

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1980

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1980

The Infinity Reference Standard (IRS) is recognized as one of the finest speakers ever made. Four towers containing 76 EMIT tweeters, 24 EMIM midrange drivers and 12 polypropylene woofers deliver music on a symphonic scale.

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1983

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1983

Infinity joins the Harman International Industries Group, headquartered in Stamford, CT. World-class engineering facilities spur even more stellar advances.

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1995

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1995

Infinity launches the first powered tower speaker, the Composition Prelude PF-R, and audio reaches new heights.

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1997

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1997

Great sound hits the road. Infinity partners with Hyundai and Kia to deliver premium branded audio.

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1999

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

1999

A big year for Infinity. The Ceramic Metal Matrix Diaphragm (CMMD) is introduced, stiff enough to avoid resonance and coloration, light enough to pick up subtle detail. The accuracy is unprecedented.

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

2004

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

2004

No more fighting over the perfect seat. The Constant Acoustic ImpedanceTM (CAITM) waveguide arrives, creating uniform sound quality virtually anywhere in the room.

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

2005

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

2005

Quality sound slims down. With an eye toward design, the Maximum Radiating SurfaceTM (MRSTM) flat panel driver debuts in the CascadeTM series – thin, graceful speakers with exceptional detail and clarity.

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

2006

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

2006

Another first for Infinity – car audio subwoofers with an impedance switch. Now you can build a single or multi woofer system with ease, and without complicated wiring.

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

2008

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

2008

All-new Kappa Car Audio Loudspeakers arrive, packed with Infinity’s groundbreaking technology. With outboard crossovers and reduced nominal impedance, Kappa becomes the ideal factory speaker upgrade.

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

2014

In Pursuit of Perfect Sound

2014

Infinity launches its first-ever portable speaker, continuing our singular focus on materials, technology and design. Another barrier has been broken.

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