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Danley Sound Labs Introducing Three New Subwoofers At Upcoming InfoComm Show

Models include RH-812 tapped-horn sub with eight 12-inch drivers, TH-221 tapped-horn sub with dual 21-inch transducers, and TH212 with two 12-inch waterproof drivers

By PSW Staff May 29, 2009

The new Danley TH-812 "Rock Monster" subwoofer, incorporating eight 12-inch drivers

Danley Sound Labs will be introducing three new subwoofers at the upcoming InfoComm show in Orlando, Florida, including the TH-812 (also known as the “Rock Monster”), a tapped-horn subwoofer system that has eight 12-inch long-excursion low-frequency drivers.

The Rock Monster delivers exceptional sensitivity, low-frequency extension with very high output into the mid 20 Hz range, as well as very high power handling capability.

The new TH-221 (also called “Cine-Monster”) is a tapped-horn sub with twin 21-inch excursion transducers for exceptional low bass for commercial cinemas and high-end home theaters, delivering concert level output to 20 Hz. Other applications include touring, event staging and club systems.

Rounding out the group is the lightweight, portable TH-212 subwoofer with two 12-inch waterproof drivers. This model can be ordered with handles and wheels for touring applications, or with a variety of fly points for permanent installations. At only 15 inches high, the TH-212 can easily fit under a stage. A pair of these subs makes for a compact 30-inch tall, high-powered directional bass array.

All Danley loudspeakers come in a weatherized finish as standard. Powered versions are also available.

Danely Sound Labs will be exhibiting at booth 6741 and demo room W204C at the 2009 InfoComm show.

Danley Sound Labs Website


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