Danley Intros TH-215 Subwoofer

Gainesville, GA (January 16, 2007)--Danley Sound Labs has introduced its TH-215 subwoofer, the latest addition to the company's TH line of compact subwoofers. The TH-215 uses Danley's tapped-horn technology to reportedly deliver sub-30 Hz performance in a lightweight, tour-friendly cabinet. It is targeted for houses of worship, performing-arts centers, and music venues ranging in capacity from clubs to arenas.
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Gainesville, GA (January 16, 2007)--Danley Sound Labs has introduced its TH-215 subwoofer, the latest addition to the company's TH line of compact subwoofers. The TH-215 uses Danley's tapped-horn technology to reportedly deliver sub-30 Hz performance in a lightweight, tour-friendly cabinet. It is targeted for houses of worship, performing-arts centers, and music venues ranging in capacity from clubs to arenas.

The 22x30x42-inch TH-215 is designed to cover the 29-125 Hz range (+/-3 dB) with a sensitivity of 99 dB SPL at 39 Hz (measured as 20V input 1/2 space at 10M distance). It takes up to 1,400 continuous watts and 2,800 program watts and will produce 133 dB SPL at 36 Hz and 138 dB SPL in the range of 102-113 Hz.

Danley Sound Labs
www.danleysoundlabs.com