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Helsinki’s Club Kaiku Equipped With Danley Sound Labs

Owner Toni Rantanen upgrades venue in Finland with DBH-218 subwoofers with SH-46 loudspeakers and DSLP48 digital signal processor.

By PSW Staff July 14, 2017


Kaiku opened in Helsinki, Finland in 2013, by its owner, Toni Rantanen, who has been founding and concurrently operating several clubs since the early 2000s.

Recently, Kaiku upgraded its sound system with Danley Sound Labs, including loudspeakers, subwoofers, amplifiers, and processing.

Kaiku’s new system consists of Danley DBH-218 subwoofers with four Danley SH-46 loudspeakers for full-range content. The SH-46 uses Tom Danley’s patented Synergy Horn technology to deliver accurate and undistorted content even at the high volumes required of a club system.

A Danley DSLP48 digital signal processor conditions the inputs and its output feeds four existing MC2 E25 amplifiers, which power the Danley SH-46s, and two Danley EDA 12000 amplifiers, which power the Danley DBH-218 subwoofers.

Rantanen’s plans for the larger building that Kaiku is housed in are ambitious: the goal is to have as many as six venues occupying the building, which he already plans to call “Complex.”

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