March 19, 2014, by PSW Staff
Pure Groove Systems today unveiled a new partnership with Danley Sound Labs, to create a series of sound systems targeted at the nightlife and music industries.
Possessing over 25 years of festival and nightclub production experience, Pure Groove Systems is the perfect partner to help bring Danley’s award-winning audio technology into the nightclub, concert and festival arenas.
Launched in 2005 by audio pioneers Tom Danley and Mike Hedden, Danley Sound Labs quickly differentiated itself from the pack by bringing Danley’s innovation and audio expertise to the loudspeaker realm. Danley holds 13 Aerospace patents including being the first to demonstrate acoustic levitation for space research. Danley also holds 17 loudspeaker patents, including the Servodrive subwoofer, the Unity Horn which was succeeded by the Synergy Horn, the Tapped Horn, the Paraline and Shaded Lens Technology. Additionally, Danley has been a research leader in the uses of acoustics in the military and industrial applications specifically related to active noise cancellation
During Miami Music Week, Pure Groove Systems will introduce themselves to the market by setting-up shop all week at Ice Palace, Cafeina Wynwood, and Surfcomber, providing audio for high profile events including Richie Hawtin’s Enter, Jamie Jones’ Paradise, Pete Tong’s Pool Party, dirtybird’s BBQ, Crosstown Rebel’s Get Lost, Circo Loco and more, as well as scheduling private demos for DJs, managers, agents and industry tastemakers.
Danley’s revolutionary power to size ratio gives Pure Groove Systems an aesthetic and environmental advantage over their competitors. Requiring reduced square footage, fewer speakers and rigging means Pure Groove Systems offers a less intrusive system that consumes less power, while delivering an unmatched audio experience.
“Danley Sound Labs bring an unrivaled level of audio technology and experience,” said Damian Murphy, founder of Pure Groove Systems. “I have produced dance music festivals and nightclub events for 25 years, and I have never heard anything that comes close to the power and quality of their sound systems. I am confident that these systems will set the new standard for the industry.”
“We’re delighted to work with Pure Groove Systems to create custom Danley sound systems for the nightclub and festival industries,” said Tom Danley. “We are confident our speakers will out perform any other brand head-to-head, and with Pure Groove’s knowledge of the music and nightlife industry, we have a formidable product to bring to market.”
Proudly built in America, Danley Sound Labs’ products are used by Cirque du Soleil, IMAX, and major sports arenas including Green Bay Packers’ Lambeau Field, Atlanta Braves’ Turner Field, The Kentucky Derby’s Churchill Downs Stadium and many more.
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