Danley Sound Labs introduces SH-46 synergy horn at Infocomm

Posted by Giacomo on February 10, 2012

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GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA – JUNE 2008: At InfoComm 2008, Danley Sound Labs is introducing the SH-46 Synergy Horn, a 40 x 60-degree dispersion pattern speaker offering very high-output capability with ultra high-fidelity.

This latest addition to the company’s Synergy Horn product line is designed to be operated vertically or horizontally and may be configured standalone or in an array.

The SH-46 handles 1,400 watts RMS of power and has a sensitivity of 106dB. Frequency response is 70Hz – 16kHz (+/-4dB, using two or more cabinets). The braced Baltic birch enclosure measures 29 inches high by 22.5 inches wide and 22.75 inches deep and weighs 105 pounds.

“The SH-46 provides more vertical coverage and higher output than the SH-50. It doesn’t go as low or as high as the SH-50 but for many applications the SH-46 will be a welcomed addition to the Danley Synergy Horn line,” noted Mike Hedden, president of Danley Sound Labs. “To hear the latest loudspeakers innovations from Tom Danley, visit our booth and demo room at InfoComm. We’ll remind you why you got into audio in the first place. It’s about the sound!”

Tom Danley is one of the most innovative loudspeaker designers in the industry today and is recognized worldwide as a pioneer for “outside the box” thinking in professional audio technology. His legendary designs have been utilized in projects ranging from ground zero bombing simulation, jet engine active noise cancellation, and sonic boom generators to critical listening mastering studios, high-end home theatre, and houses of worship around the world.

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