Tectonic Audio Labs’ DML500

Jun 12, 2019

Sound & Communications, June 12, 2019

Tectonic Audio Labs has introduced the DML500 series speaker. Featuring advanced plate material, geometry, boundary conditions and excitation points, the DML500 evenly distributes the bending wave modes across the frequency range, producing high intelligibility with extremely wide and predominantly diffuse sound coverage. The sound-radiation characteristics make the DML more tolerant to room dimensions and construction for a sympathetic acoustic interaction with any space. Lighter, thinner and easier to mount than its predecessor, DML500 specifications include frequency response of 100Hz to 20kHz, sensitivity of 92dB @ 1W/1M and nominal impendence measured at 8Ω. By combining the art of sound and complex mathematics, DML500 offers a 21st-century approach to speaker technology that confers significant benefits to the end user.

Tectonic Audio Labs
Booth #7360
Demo Room: Hilton Orlando, Lake Highland Suite

This post is part of Sound & Communications’ InfoComm 2019 New Product Spotlight.


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