Danish loudspeaker company Dynaudio has announced its Performance range, a slimline product family comprising high-end in-wall and in-ceiling custom-installation speakers, plus a fire-resistant back-box.

Dynaudio Performance loudspeakerThe Performance range marks the entry point to Dynaudio’s Custom Installation product line, designed to deliver high-quality sound in distributed audio, media room and other architectural audio applications. ‘We want to make it as easy as possible for installers to do their jobs efficiently and effectively, which is why we’ve kept our entire Performance range super-simple to specify and install,’ says Dynaudio Americas President, Andrew Werdean. ‘Most of all, we want their clients to experience incredible sound quality and truly enjoy music and films as they were meant to be heard. These new products make it even easier for installers to achieve both.’

The rectangular in-wall speakers are a one-piece design that slots into place and is secured simply by tightening the special doglegs that grip the drywall. The round in-ceiling speakers require no tools to install; users fit the frame and simply twist the speaker module to lock it into place. For installers, specifying Dynaudio Performance speakers means not having to choose between deep or shallow versions of in-wall and in-ceiling speakers, as the new line adheres to a single, relatively shallow depth.

The Performance Series comprises the P4-W65 in-wall speaker (28mm soft-dome tweeter, 6.5-inch MSP woofer) US$399 each; P4-W80 in-wall speaker (28mm soft-dome tweeter, 8-inch MSP woofer) US$499 each; P4-C65 in-ceiling speaker (28mm soft-dome tweeter, 6.5-inch MSP woofer) US$399 each; P4-DVC65 in-ceiling speaker (two 28mm soft-dome tweeters, 6.5-inch MSP woofer) US$449 each; P4-C80 in-ceiling speaker (28mm soft-dome tweeter, 8-inch MSP woofer) US$449 each; and P4-LCR50 in-wall LCR speaker (28mm soft-dome tweeter, two 5-inch woofers) US$599 each.

There is also an accompanying shallow-depth, fireproof metal back box packed with Morgan Superwool to provide one hour of protection. The box mounts onto standard 16-inch-on-centre studs.

More: www.dynaudio.com

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