Eastern Acoustic Works

Every facet of system design focuses on delivering acoustical precision that is targeted at the exacting demands of a specific application. The conceptual goal is to ensure that from the simplest system to the most extensive array of devices, all EAW systems perform as a unified whole with a common origin.

Like studio monitors, EAW systems are designed to provide the most neutral, transparent experience possible. But unlike studio monitors, EAW systems are designed to do this for events or facilities of any shape or size. EAW has always and will continue to exclusively develop integrated products and applied technologies that redefine the industry envelope.

To personally experience the natural reproduction of audio is a gift. There is a transcendent connection between artist and audience that cannot readily be described. Any sound reinforcement system that is used during a live performance must strive to connect each and every member of the audience to the art as if the system itself is not even there. A loudspeaker system is not the art. It is the canvas.

This is the fundamental principle upon which EAW was founded in 1978 and it still drives all aspects of our engineering philosophy to this very day. Every generation of EAW loudspeaker systems has taken yet another step toward this ultimate goal of transparency. This design objective is more specifically defined as linear frequency and phase response, an ideal impulse response, optimal consistency within the intended coverage area, extremely low distortion and the seamless ability for products to work together in unison. We develop ground-breaking technologies that push our products ever closer to these ideals while always remaining unmistakably EAW.

We are not artists. Our role is one of preservation. We must protect the art of others and ensure that all observers personally experience the gift.