Dynaudio Unveils New Architectural Speaker Series

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Dynaudio-inwall.jpgDynaudio has unveiled a new lineup of in-wall and in-ceiling speakers, dubbed the Studio Series. The lineup features two square in-wall models (the S4-W65 and S4-W80) and two round in-ceiling models (the S4-C65 and S4-C80). These two-way speakers combine a soft-dome tweeter with either a 6.5- or 8-inch woofer that uses the company's proprietary MSP (Magnesium Silicate Polymer) cone. The in-ceiling models are angled 18 degrees, can be rotated a full 360 degrees, and come with paintable square or round magnetic grilles. Prices range from $649 to $999 each.

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Danish hi-fi loudspeaker specialist Dynaudio unveiled an innovative new range of high performance custom-install loudspeakers at the 2016 CEDIA Expo in Dallas, Texas: the Dynaudio Studio Series.

Dynaudio Custom utilizes the same core technologies and research that have made the company's hi-fi speakers so successful over the past 39 years, now developed into unique tool-less, clip-in loudspeaker modules which simply and quickly mount into ingenious pre-installation mounting frames.

Dynaudio-S4-C65.jpgThe Dynaudio Studio range will consist of in-ceiling and in-wall architectural loudspeakers available in both 6.5-inch and 8-inch versions, all featuring a soft-dome tweeter with powerful neodymium magnets, mated to woofers utilizing Dynaudio's proprietary MSP (Magnesium Silicate Polymer) cones and aerodynamically formed cast aluminum baskets housing centered magnet systems. The in-ceiling models are angled 18 degrees and can be rotated a full 360 degrees in their mounts to fine-tune their sound directivity to the listening area. They fit into their mounts without damaging the ceiling surface, and their paintable square or round magnetic grilles ensure that they'll discreetly blend in with the room. The in-wall models' frames can be mounted either way up for further installation flexibility. Dynaudio's patent-pending, tool-less speaker-mounting mechanism is featured in all models.

Users with multichannel home theater systems can use the Studio ceiling speakers in the walls, too, to ensure absolute tonal consistency. The grilles are independent of their frames, thus their positions can be adjusted to perfectly satisfy the most strict requirements of any architect or interior designer.

Michael Munch, Product Manager says: "We designed the new Dynaudio Custom range to be as easy as possible to install, to be simple to understand and to be flexible enough to tailor to even the most challenging listening environment. And--of course--it had to sound as good as the rest of our speakers. We love bringing our passion for music to every pair of ears we can reach--no matter how big or small the space. Every Dynaudio Custom speaker is designed, tuned and built with the same care and pride as our regular hi-fi, in-car and pro-audio ranges, optimized for the application."

Dynaudio has spent decades researching, refining and hand-building speakers at its headquarters in Skanderborg, Denmark. It has years of experience in extracting maximum performance in limited spaces and challenging conditions. Dynaudio Custom builds on the company's vast experience in the automotive world and its partnership with Volkswagen, as well as its excellence in professional audio, where Dynaudio monitors are used in major recording studios all over the world.

The first models announced in Dynaudio's new custom installation Studio loudspeakers series, designed and engineered in Skanderborg, Denmark, are as follows:

Dynaudio S4-C65 2-Way In-ceiling
 MSRP: $649/each
Dynaudio S4-C80 2-Way In-ceiling
 MSRP: $899/each
Dynaudio S4-W65 2-Way In-wall
 MSRP: $749/each
Dynaudio S4-W80 2-Way In-wall MSRP: $999/each

Additional Resources
• Visit the Dynaudio website for more product information.
Dynaudio Introduces Xeo 2 Wireless Active Loudspeakers at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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