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Danley Introduces Ultra Compact TH-Mini15 Subwoofer

Danley Sound Labs has introduced the Danley TH-Mini15, an ultra compact subwoofer with a single 15-inch driver.

Danley, the home of sound designer Tom Danley and based in Gainesville, Georgia, said the subwoofer is built for both permanent and portable installations. It’s 30 by 18 by 24 inches and weighs one hundred pounds.

The TH-Mini15 has bass reproduction down to 50 Hz, 105 dB sensitivity specifications, and maximum output measuring 132 dB continuous and 135 dB program.

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