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Danley Intros Tower Of Power Subwoofer

Gainesville, GA (October 28, 2005)--The newly formed Danley Sound Labs has introduced the DTS-20 high-output low-frequency response subwoofer system aptly known as the "Tower of Power." Housing a single long excursion 12-inch driver in a patent applied enclosure, the DTS-20 claims to be the most powerful subwoofer available on the market, with almost 10dB more output at 20Hz than designer Tom Danley's renowned ContraBass loudspeaker.

Gainesville, GA (October 28, 2005)–The newly formed Danley Sound Labs has introduced the DTS-20 high-output low-frequency response subwoofer system aptly known as the “Tower of Power.” Housing a single long excursion 12-inch driver in a patent applied enclosure, the DTS-20 claims to be the most powerful subwoofer available on the market, with almost 10dB more output at 20Hz than designer Tom Danley’s renowned ContraBass loudspeaker.

The DTS-20 is said to achieve “an extraordinary performance specification” without the use of servo motors, making it not only more musical but also more cost-effective. The system operates across the frequency range 18Hz – 150Hz (-3dB) and offers a maximum output of 122dB SPL (125dB SPL peak). System sensitivity is 95dB SPL (-1dB, 20Hz – 70Hz; measured as 28.3V input 1/2 space@10m distance). Input power ratings are 500W continuous, 1000W program.

Packing the acoustic punch of up to half a dozen of Danley’s ContraBass units, the DTS-20 “Tower of Power” measures a relatively svelte 18″ x 18″ x 84″ and is suitable for a variety of installations. Applications range from live music performance and recorded playback situations, such as discos, music venues and performing arts centers, as well as houses of worship, high-end home theaters and cinemas. Adding versatility to power, the DTS-20 can be used either vertically or horizontally and if needed, can be totally hidden and placed behind a vented wall space–a real plus for some home theater sound systems.

The DTS-20 “Tower of Power” will be available at an MSRP of $2,998.

Tom Danley’s designs have been utilized in projects ranging from ground zero bombing simulation, jet engine active noise cancellation, and sonic boom generators to critical listening mastering studios, high-end home theatre, and houses of worship around the world.

Danley Sound Labs
www.danleysoundlabs.com

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