Danley Sound Labs Unveils SH-96 Loudspeaker at Infocomm 2008

June 19, in Audio


With the introduction of the SH-96 at InfoComm 2008, the Danley Sound Labs has turned its Synergy Horn and Tapped Horn technologies into eleven. The first installation of the SH-96 will be done in the renovation of the IMAX theater on Navy Pier in Chicago, followed by the Morrison Center at Boise State University. Comprising eleven drivers, four fifteen inch woofers, six 5-inch mid-range drivers and a single 1.4-inch high-frequency compression driver; the SH-96 Loudspeaker is in real sense magnificent.

Mike Hedden, president of Danley Sound Labs, remahed, “The laws of physics are impervious to the current trends of an industry lost in a sea of digital buzz words and loudspeaker designs that work based on self interference! Our industry is always searching for good sound. And it really does exist.. The Danley Sound Labs SH-96 combines high-fidelity with accurate phase and magnitude responses, true full-range response, and extremely good physical pattern control down to 200Hz.”

Features are:

  • Sensitivity: 103dB
  • Frequency response: 50Hz – 18kHz
  • Power handling capability: 2800 watts
  • Weight: 215 pounds.

Danley’s this most innovative and ultimate loudspeaker, the SH-96 is sure to gain love and appreciation from users. You too can enjoy a true full-range horn and superb frequency response and fidelity with this loudspeaker.

Via: Press

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