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Danley heads to the movies

Danley heads to the movies
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Danley heads to the movies

The CJ-1894 and CSH-1196 are capable of delivering reference-monitor fidelity

Danley is bringing its point source prowess to the cinema market with the introduction of a new Cinema Line of subwoofers, speakers and DSP-enabled multichannel amplifiers. Kicking off the series are the CJ-1894 and CSH-1196, which are reportedly capable of delivering ‘reference-monitor fidelity’ at up to 142dB and 136dB SPL continuous output, respectively. Intermediate loudspeakers include the CSH-996 and CSH-496, which can also be used in a range of applications from large to small theatres depending on the output needs of the channels they’re used for. Lastly, the smaller CS-100S and CS-8CX are said to be ideal for smaller theatres or surround-sound channels at up to 120dB and 115dB SPL, respectively. The CS-100S is built with a 20° down angle for easier surround-sound installation.

For LFE, Danley’s CBC-418 enclosure provides 148dB continuous SPL of directed low-end energy.

Go2-6CX
Go2-6CX

The manufacturer’s multichannel amplifiers with integrated DSP play a supporting role. All of the units feature 96kHz processing and presets for all of the Cinema Line loudspeakers and subwoofers. To accommodate different system sizes and output requirements, Danley manufactures the DNA 20k4Pro (four channels/20,000W), the DNA 10k4Pro (four channels/10,000W), the DNA 10k8c (eight channels/10,000W) and the DNA 3k8c (eight channels/3,200W). All of the units feature loudspeaker and circuit protection, as well as analogue, AES and Dante connectivity.

Aside from the new Cinema Line, Danley has introduced the Go2-6CX small-format loudspeaker, which uses a 6-inch coaxial driver housed inside a Baltic birch cabinet to produce 109dB continuous SPL. The cabinet joins its larger sibling, the Go2-8CX, as the second member of the Go2 series.



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