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The new location of Little Alley Steakhouse in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, feature sound systems from Bose Professional. Photo by Marwane Haddou. © 2018.

The new location of Little Alley Steakhouse in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, feature sound systems from Bose Professional. Photo by Marwane Haddou. © 2018.

The new location of Little Alley Steakhouse in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, feature sound systems from Bose Professional. Photo by Marwane Haddou. © 2018.



For Immediate Release

New Buckhead Location of Little Alley Steakhouse Employs EdgeMax
In-Ceiling Premium Loudspeakers from Bose Professional


The newest location of Atlanta-area Little Alley Steakhouse
brings its patrons a new level of immersive sound


Framingham, MA, September 20, 2018Little Alley Steakhouse, with its flagship location in the Atlanta suburb of Roswell, has been designated one of the 100 Best Steakhouses in America by popular online restaurant reservation company OpenTable. The restaurant recently opened a second location in the bustling Atlanta district of Buckhead. This new location is also a great place to hear excellent sound, thanks to the Bose Professional sound systems installed there. AV systems integrator Kermit Harrison Technology Solutions, LLC installed a Bose EdgeMax system comprising six EdgeMax EM90 speakers and two EdgeMax EM180 speakers to cover the main bar and lounge areas. A distributed sound system covers the rest of the establishment, including an outdoor area, using approximately two dozen Bose FreeSpace DS 40SE surface-mount loudspeakers.

“The owners looked at several other options for the sound systems, but nothing met all of their criteria like the Bose speakers did,” says Harrison. “That’s because while the Bose speakers have this classic, legendary sound that’s such a good fit for a high-end restaurant like this, they also are able to cosmetically fit the look they want to achieve here. The EdgeMax loudspeakers give us the full-range sound we wanted, with deep lows and bright, articulate highs, and also fit in aesthetically, thanks to their form factor. They’re virtually invisible, but they deliver the kind of sound that reflects the level of restaurant this is.”

Harrison also notes that the slim FreeSpace DS 40SE speakers sound great and have a shape that perfectly fits with the 120 LED lights mounted on the outdoor part of the restaurant. “Also, we were able to cover the entire restaurant using fewer speakers than we would have with another type of speaker, so the economics made sense, too,” he adds.

Co-owner Hicham Azhari comments, “Because we have live music six nights a week, we were looking for a system that was balanced and kept the music clear but never intrusive for our diners. This Bose system accomplishes that perfectly. The customers are happy and enjoy the atmosphere very much. Our house band plays a wide variety of styles, and the system handles all of it fabulously.”

Bose Professional EdgeMax in-ceiling premium loudspeakers feature proprietary Bose PhaseGuide technology with high-frequency compression drivers to create a new category that combines the room-filling coverage patterns typical of larger surface-mount speakers with the architect-preferred aesthetics of in-ceiling models. Designed to mount near wall-ceiling boundaries, EdgeMax loudspeakers provide improved audio quality and coverage, while reducing the number of required units, compared to conventional dome-tweeter ceiling speakers.

“They sound good and they look good, and that was a combination that perfectly fit the owners’ vision for this restaurant,” says Harrison. “And you can’t ask more than that from a speaker.”

To learn more, please visit http://PRO.BOSE.COM/.

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Photo caption 1: The new location of Little Alley Steakhouse in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, feature sound systems from Bose Professional. Photo by Marwane Haddou. © 2018.

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Photo caption 2: The new location of Little Alley Steakhouse in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, feature sound systems from Bose Professional. Photo by Marwane Haddou. © 2018.

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Photo caption 3: The new location of Little Alley Steakhouse in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, feature sound systems from Bose Professional. Photo by Marwane Haddou. © 2018.


About Bose Corporation
Bose Corporation was founded in 1964 by Dr. Amar G. Bose, then a professor of electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Today, the company is driven by its founding principles, investing in long-term research with one fundamental goal: to develop new technologies with real customer benefits. Bose innovations have spanned decades and industries, creating and transforming categories in audio and beyond. Bose products for the home, in the car, on the go and in public spaces have become iconic, changing the way people listen to music.

Bose Corporation is privately held. The company’s spirit of invention, passion for excellence, and commitment to extraordinary customer experiences can be found around the world – everywhere Bose does business.


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