Danley Sound Labs SH-25

Danley's SH-25 delivers 10dB more output with a 25x25-degree beamwidth. Users can hard-pack multiple SH-25s in any direction to create a multi-cell horn.
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Danley's SH-25 delivers 10dB more output with a 25x25-degree beamwidth. Users can hard-pack multiple SH-25s in any direction to create a multi-cell horn. Comprising a single 1-inch tweeter, four 4-inch mids and eight 6.5-inch woofers, a single SH-25 covers the frequency spectrum evenly from 80 to 18k Hz. When four of the 28x28x42 units are packed together, the low end drops to 50 Hz. Sensitivity is rated at 104 dB, and maximum output reaches 140 dB.

Because the SH-25 time relationships work simultaneously in both horizontal and vertical planes, a tight packed array of six or eight boxes delivers seamless arraying with minimal interference in either direction.

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