Award‐Winning Audio Manufacturer Unveils Guitar Speaker Cabinet at EIGERlab
Prescient Audio was born out of an idea from audiophile Paul Niedermann, CEO of Prescient Audio.He
didn’t like giving up trunk space for the premium large loudspeaker system included in his vehicle
purchase. But it took more than just a great idea and a prototype to get Prescient Audio where it is today.
Niedermann, COO Karl Schmitt and CFO Brian McMahon are thanking the EIGERlab and the Small
Business Development Center for bringing them together, nurturing an innovative idea and acting as a
catalyst to the company’s success. The momentum started with Prescient winning one of EIGERlab’s
2012 Fast Pitch Competition Awards, an annual event that gives entrepreneurs from across the Stateline
an opportunity to present business ideas for constructive feedback, as well as valuable exposure to
investors and business leaders.
As word spread about the revolutionary technology, Prescient Audio started getting recognition on a
November 2013, where it was recognized as the recipient of a 2014 CES Innovations Design and
Engineering Award, as well as the 2014 International Consumer Electronic Show this month in Las
Vegas. Next week, Prescient will attend the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) to
showcase their newest product, the Guitar Speaker Cabinet, announced today.
“The past few months have been a whirlwind of amazing opportunities for Prescient and we want to thank
all of our partners that have helped to make this happen,” said Niedermann, CEO of Prescient Audio.
“We have five quality products that are turning the loudspeaker industry on its ear and this is only just the
beginning- we can’t wait to show you what else we have up our sleeves.”
So what exactly is all the buzz about? The TD-12 is a high performance, 1000 W loudspeaker that
repositions the components from the traditional location of behind the loudspeaker, forward to the
speaker’s perimeter, minimizing depth without sacrificing performance quality.