Morley® started off in the late 60’s by two brothers Marv and Ray Lubow. The company was first called Tel-Ray Electronics and was located in southern California. As Ray began tinkering around with a smaller alternative to a Leslie speaker, the company name Morley® was born. The name was actually a play on the name Leslie / Morley® (Less / More). The company produced many inventive effects through 1989 when Morley® was acquired by Sound Enhancement Products.
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THE MORLEY HISTORY
The ISP Technologies engineering team has been designing cutting edge audio products for more than 30 years and our engineering technology meets or surpasses even the biggest and most established names in the speaker market. With over 30 patents issued for various audio signal-processing technologies, the engineering team of ISP Technologies has achieved the leading edge in developing state of the art sound systems. ISP understands that the basic foundation of great live sound is fidelity. Delivering extremely high performance live sound with intelligibility, clarity and accurate uniform response at every seat, is the major goal of ISP Technologies. Whatever your sound application, ISP has the right system to fit your need. While most people purchase their first audio system based on price alone and usually end up paying more for that system in the long run by either having to upgrade or replace this original system, ISP solves this problem by providing extremely high quality sound with every speaker at every price point. ISP’s major attention to detail in the midrange sets our speakers apart. Most sound systems cannot deliver ruler flat frequency response in the midrange due to a number of shortcomings such as using a large woofer to reproduce both the lows and mid-frequencies at high sound pressure levels. The paper cone speaker simply cannot deliver crisp clear midrange response while reproducing high power lows due to cone breakup and inter-modulation distortion. However, because of our unique cabinet and engineering design, ISP can deliver both the midrange and ruler flat response desired.