11.16.2004 08:00 AM
Tymphany unveils new loudspeaker technology

Tymphany's new Linear Array Transducer (LAT) technology high-density loudspeaker technology packs the low-frequency response of a subwoofer into a full range woofer that takes up one-third the space of existing audio transducers.

The system accommodates installed architectural sound and personal recording/mixing studios with limited space. The LAT technology features a balanced drive design comprised of a series of coupled diaphragms that are driven by opposing end motors. One motor drives half of the diaphragms, while the other motor drives the other half simultaneously, in opposition. The opposing end motors cancel out structural vibration so that the transducer will not shake or transmit structure-born vibrations to critical circuitry.

For more information, visit www.tymphany.com.

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