The Tectonic Technical Library is a 21-part video series that explains the basics of DML technologies and offers quantitative explanations of how this all works.
We put our two chief engineers - world's leading DML expert and physicist Tim Whitwell and transducer & loudspeaker systems engineer Marcelo Vercelli - in front of the camera to answer and explain the BIG questions about DMLs, their performance and applications.
If you want to learn more about this method of propagating audio energy into large and difficult spaces, and you plan to be in the sound reinforcement business in the next couple of decades, you'll need to know what DML technology is all about and what it may provide to you.
We understand that bringing a new technology and new way of doing things to sound reinforcement will raise a LOT of questions, opinions and doubts. This Tectonic FAQ is a dynamic record of what we are asked on an ongoing basis. Hopefully your specific questions are answered here. If not, we would love to hear from you, and we’ll be adding more FAQs based on your input!
The Tectonic Technical Documents Library includes a technical overview provided by NXT® describing the basis of DML technology. Library contents continue on with a collection of published AES Papers describing the specific operation, characteristics and benefits of DML transducers and systems. Included are additional documents from other entities that have experimented with and documented DML characteristics and performance.