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Welcome to the April edition of the Danley Sound Labs Newsletter.  Here at Danley, we are celebrating Easter and the resurrection of Jesus.  We hope you find purpose and meaning in this season!  In this edition of the newsletter, you'll meet our financial staff, read a special April Fool's item from "Dr. Dan Tomley" and get some preliminary information on Danley's presence at InfoComm 2018.  As always, let us know how we can be of service.
InfoComm 2018 is coming soon.

Mark your calendars for June 2-8 and plan to be in Las Vegas for InfoComm 2018.  Danley Sound Labs will be in booth C670 on the show floor.  Stop by for a visit. 

Our demos will be on the even hours in demo room N108.  Our Danley Sound Labs demos are always a highlight of InfoComm and usually create a major buzz at the show.  Be sure to join us this year. 

Danley is once again contributing to the educational program at InfoComm.  Doug Jones and Tom Danley will be presenting three different seminars:
June 5th 8 AM to 12 PM   “The Future of Horns”
June 5th 1-3 PM   "Maker Lab"  A maker lab is sort of a play space / workshop where the participants are given a box of “junk” and have 2 hours to build a working loudspeaker from the stuff in the box.
June 6th 10:30 to 12 PM   “Subjective Evaluation of Loudspeakers”
Make you plans to be there early.  Last year, each seminar was standing room only. 
More information can be found on the InfoComm website.
The Brand New LS120
The LS120 (Line Source w/ 120° dispersion) is a variation of the infamous J3-64, an impactful loudspeaker that is useful for both indoor and outdoor applications.   The synergy source technology has self-evolved through sporadic growth stages from a point source based system into the coveted line source.  The result is a scalable system that meets the needs of all venues on earth. Combine that attribute with the auto beam-width adjustment, and low voltage limiting and you have the perfect box for the most amateur sound guys, even sound girls.  The all-new crowd wave integrated telekinetic control can literally read the minds of audience members and redirect full spectrum audio as needed.  In many cases, a single LS120 module will take the place of six average Line Source Modules in size and weight, but it is more like one for one in output level. Get the specs here.
Meet the Accounting staff at Danley Sound Labs: 
Lawonia Freeman
How many years at Danley? 10.5 years

How many years in audio industry? 10.5 years

Job Title:  Bookkeeper

Primary duties at Danley:  Maintaining financials

Hobbies:  CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate); crafting; reading; junking; traveling

Family:  Son, Elijah Freeman
Kim Cooper
How many years at Danley? 5 weeks

How many years in audio industry?  5 weeks

Job Title:  Accounts Payable Clerk

Primary duties at Danley:  Accounts payable

Hobbies:  crafts, baseball, SEC football

Family:  Craig-husband
                3 sons: Nick, Zack, Jackson
                1 daughter-in-law Jessica
                2 Golden Retrievers
Danley Sound Labs in Sweden
For our European friends, you have an opportunity to meet Mike Hedden, owner of Danley Sound Labs, at LLB Expo 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden.  The Audio, Video, Lighting show will take place April 24-26 at Stockholmsmässan.  We hope you can come and be a part of the show!

Here's a link:
What’s New at Danley Sound Labs
Professor Doug Jones
Well folks, it’s that time of year again! Let's check in with our very own Dr. Dan Tomley. This has been a difficult year for the AARP (Advanced Applied Research Program) at Danley.  Last year at this time we announced our Hypergolic driver attached to the Marturion horn.  Dr. Dan was very disappointed that this incredible invention was met with a tad less enthusiasm they we had hoped.  Here is a photo taken at the independent testing labs we used to evaluate our prototype.  It is also the last known photograph of Dr. Carson Flamberg, the late director of testing at BLAM, the Boomfield Lab for Acoustic Measurements.  You may also recall from last year that Dr. Dan had just spilled some trichloroethylene on his circuit board reducing the amount of flux on the capacitors, resulting in the stunning invention of the Delayed Exponential LOgarithmic RecursIve Algorithmic Network (DELORIAN).  This invention already has proven to be a breakthrough before its time.  This year, Dr. Dan, realized that, as is so often the case, the ancients have stolen our secrets, (an unfortunate side effect of the DELORIAN).

Dr. Dan decided to take a metaphoric, if not delicate, stroll through the archives of some of the more important bilabial Magnoliophyta as they might be found in some of the more arcane, yet still irrelevant, technical tomes of yesteryear.  Dr. Dan, of course, is a big fan of the late Herbert Buckingham Khaury (and who isn’t), and named his foray into the fantabulous, fortuitous and likely fictional files of our forebears, his “Tiptoeing through the TULIPS.”  Of course the Wesleyans were very upset, but that is another story and I digress.   While on his (what we will henceforth refer to his F6 / T3) quest, he stumbled upon the following description which completely rocked his world!

“The original machine had a base plate of prefabulated amulite, surmounted by a malleable logarithmic casing in such a way that the two main spurving bearings were in a direct line with the panametric fan. The latter consisted simply of six hydrocoptic marzlevanes, so fitted to the ambifacient lunar waneshaft that side fumbling was effectively prevented. The main winding was of the normal lotus-o-deltoid type placed in panendermic semi-boloid slots in the stator, every seventh conductor being connected by a nonreversible tremmie pipe to the differential girdlespring on the "up" end of the grammeters.”[1]

Well, Dr Dan realized that this is exactly what he had been searching for.  For the first time he was going to be able to achieve, through the syncronistic application of para-equalgraphulators especially of the quasiconiferous order, a perfect melding of both the Microencabulation and Synergistic Graticules not only reducing the number of hydrocoptic marzlevanes from six to five, but more importantly improving the synergy in all the products we produce.  This, of course, gave Dr. Dan a whole new way of looking at things.  He called his new invention MSG, and although he realized that it gave some people severe headaches, it made the Synergy horn taste so much better…..
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