Dynaudio Custom Studio range joins The CEDIA Designer

posted on Wednesday, 13th March 2019 by Steve May

home cinema  Dynaudio  Architectural speakers 

[#pageName]

Danish Hi-Fi specialist Dynaudio has joined The CEDIA Designer. TCD users can now specify and design home cinemas or media rooms using Dynaudio’s new Custom Studio range of architectural speakers.

Currently available on The Cedia Designer database are Dynaudio’s hi fi speaker ranges Emit and Contour alongside their custom install speakers including the Cinema Master 60 reference LCR speaker, the Studio series architectural range and the Sub3 and Sub6 active subwoofers. These will be supplemented by new product previewed at ISE 2019, opening up price and performance levels.

The CM60 is based on Dynaudio’s highest performance professional studio monitors. Designed for continuous high-power operation the CM60 has an impressive 22hz – 21khz frequency response and is capable of SPL levels of 135db without compression or distortion. Each channel combines ferrofluid cooled twin 12-inch bass drivers, twin 6-inch mid-range drivers and a 1-inch Esotar2 tweeter to give incredibly detailed and dynamic performance.

The Studio series modular LCR speaker is made up of the LCR65W dual 6.5-inch woofer unit and the LCRMT 4-inch midrange and 1-inch soft dome tweeter unit respectively. These can be combined or mounted individually for several configurations, making them suitable for media rooms and home theatres.The option to mount the LCR65W and LCRMT separately allows installers to avoid wall studs when mounting the centre channel horizontally, or matching the width of a TV for aesthetic reasons. They can also be combined and used in a vertical array for home theatre setups in combinations with of one or two LCR65W per channel, allowing integrators to scale the system size depending on the room requirements.

Also in the Studio range are three in-ceiling speakers, which come in 6.5-, 6.5- dual-voice-coil and 8-inch variants. These all have woofers angled at 18 degrees, as well as adjustable tweeters, allowing them to be accurately directed to the listening area for better sound-staging and stereo imaging. There are also two-way in-wall speakers in 6.5- and 8-inch woofer sizes.

All of Dynaudio’s custom-install speakers share the same technologies found in its Hi-Fiu models, including soft-dome Esotar tweeters, proprietary MSP (Magnesium Silicate Polymer) drivers and large aluminium voice-coils.

“At Dynaudio we want listeners to experience music or movies the way the artists and producers intended. We engineer products which deliver that ethos, but even the best speakers need to be paired with the right electronics and a good listening environment. That’s why we’re so pleased to have partnered with The CEDIA Designer. It also makes the integrator’s lives so much simpler by helping them provide a polished, bespoke proposal to their client in a fraction of the time it could otherwise take,” says Peter Gibb, CI Business Development Manager EMEA.

For more news about Dynaudio products visit our resource page here.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

Share this!

Have your say...

Sorry guests can't post comments.

Please Login if your an existing member or Register a new account.

Authors

Latest Posts

Tidal HiFi brings Dolby Atmos Music to AV systems at last

Tidal HiFi brings Dolby Atmos Music to AV systems at last

29

May

2020

posted by Steve May

Finally, we get to enjoy Atmos music on our own home systems

More...
.
Technics wows with limited edition SL-1210GAE turntable

Technics wows with limited edition SL-1210GAE turntable

28

May

2020

posted by Steve May

Hi-Fi brand also teases SU-R100 integrated reference amplifier

More...
.