At the upcoming 2009 InfoComm show in Orlando, Danley Sound Labs is introducing the new SH-64 loudspeaker, designed as a stand-alone system for the broad range of applications requiring high-SPL and low distortion.
The SH-64 offers three-way design that incorporates nine drivers in a single horn enclosure.
Comprising four 15-inch woofers, four 4-inch mid-frequency drivers and a single 1.4-inch high-frequency driver in a patent-pending enclosure, the Danley Sound SH-64 offers great fidelity, low-frequency pattern control and exceptional magnitude/phase response.
It is specified as being capable of generating 138 dB SPL (program) with an input power rating of 2800 W (program). Coverage pattern is 60 degrees horizontal by 40 degrees vertical across a frequency range of 50 Hz to 16 kHz (+/- 3 dB). Sensitivity (@ 1m) is specified as 103 dB SPL.
The SH-64 is recommended for applications such as houses of worship, commercial theatre sound, live music venues, performing arts centers, stadiums/arenas, and nightclubs. It is available as an install version as well as a touring version with handles and wheels.
The cabinet is constructed of 13-ply Baltic birch, internally braced, with a water resistant polyurea coating and a rugged steel grill, and is fitted with Neutrik NL4 connectors. A powered version and weatherized options are also available.
Danley will be exhibiting at InfoComm at booth 6741 and demo room W204C.
(Be sure to visit PSW’s 2009 InfoComm New Product Gallery.)