• Danley Sound Labs expands SM range with SM90

    Danley Sound Labs has announced the SM90, the latest addition to its SM Series of full-range loudspeakers. Like other members of the series, the SM90 uses company's Synergy Horn technology. The SM90 delivers a 90-degree conical coverage pattern and accommodates multiple mounting options from wall-mount, to ceiling or suspension mounting to pan/tilt via threaded inserts, on the rear of the cabinet, when using the Adaptive Technologies MM-060 bracket. It reportedly delivers flat output from 63Hz to 24kHz (-3dB) and a frequency range of 40Hz to 30kHz (-10dB) with a coaxial twelve-inch and one-inch driver allowing it to deliver 120dB continuous and 126dB peak output while handling 300 Watts continuous and 1200 Watts peak. Another Danley feature is the built-in Sentinel high-frequency protection circuitry. There is a built-in 15° down angle, hence the cinema surround looks.

    “The SM90 is an extremely flexible solution that is an excellent main PA for smaller houses of worship, auditoriums or theaters, or can be used as delay- or fill-speakers in larger venues,” said Skip Welch, director of sales and marketing with Danley Sound Labs. “Designers have always noted that our extensive product offerings, which span a complete range of output needs and coverage patterns, make it possible to design almost any space with Danley products. The SM90 is yet another useful tool in that collection.”

    At 55 lbs., the Danley SM90 is built from Baltic birch with a polyurea coating and is available in standard black or white, with custom colors available. The SM90 is now available from Danley Sound Labs.
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