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Danley Sound Labs is introducing the SH-100B at InfoComm 2006. This new addition to the popular SH Series gives the user the additional power of a tapped-horn subwoofer wrapped around the popular two-way Danley SH-100 loudspeaker.

With a maximum SPL in the upper 120dB range, a beamwidth of 110 x 110, and frequency response to below 40Hz, the SH-100B is destined to become a favorite loudspeaker solution for audio designers, contractors, and staging/rental companies. Its compact size, 29.5" x 20.5" x 19", make the SH-100B extremely mobile.

Applications for the SH-100B include houses or worship, commercial theatres, live music venues, performing arts centers, discos and high-end home theaters.

Danley Sound Labs loudspeaker products fall under two patent-pending technologies—the first being the Synergy Horn Technology, which allows multiple drivers to seamlessly combine into a single horn for full-range loudspeaker products, and the second being the Tapped Horn Technology, which provides the highest output, lowest distortion, lowest frequency response, and lowest group delay, in the smallest package of any other subwoofer line in the world today.

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