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Danley Sound Labs Unveils Revamped, Upgraded Website
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Danley Sound Labs has revamped its website, offering a refreshed aesthetic and a transparent “feel” as well as additional information that’s easier to navigate.

The site was designed by professor Doug Jones, acoustical consultant for Danley Sound Labs, reflecting both his clarity of explanation and his practical understanding of what it takes to design and install a world-class sound reinforcement system.

For example, each loudspeaker and subwoofer model has its own easy-to-find page with all of its relevant information and data a click away.

After a brief description, specifications adjoin links to CLF data, CAD files, and a comprehensive PDF overview. The website’s portfolio section provides case studies organized by venue type, with the page for each project linked to all of the products used.

The technology section provides a broad overview of the unique aspects of Danley technology, while the site’s “Danley U” section provides access to in-depth white papers and training videos.

The support section provides users product spec sheets, CLF files, DDT files, EASE files, and software support for the Danley DSLP48 processor.

In addition, clear links to the Danley Facebook page and Twitter feed, as well as an interactive blog, are provided as well.

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