The Essence of a DML

Through careful selection of plate material, geometry, boundary conditions and excitation point(s), it is possible to evenly distribute the bending wave modes across the desired frequency range. This ensures a smooth frequency response spanning over seven octaves producing extremely wide and predominantly diffuse sound coverage.

Benefits

Room Dimension Adaptation
Due to the largely diffuse nature of the sound radiation from a DML, they are more tolerant to room dimensions
and construction. This results in a sympathetic interaction with the space.

Fewer Speakers Required
DMLs deliver extremely wide directivity across the whole frequency range from a single panel. This benefit,
combined with the diffuse nature of the sound radiation from a DML, fills the entire room evenly.

Design Flexibility
The mounting methodology for a DML is simple due to the flat panel design allowing flexibility in placement and
mounting. There is also considerable weight savings associated with DMLs due to the slim form factor, which
makes transporting and installing them a piece of cake.

Features

Remarkable Intelligibility
Whether projecting beautiful music or imparting words of wisdom, the DML was designed for your audience to hear every spoken word and subtle detail in the music. Resulting from the wide directivity and largely diffuse nature of the radiated sound, this is in contrast to a conventional loudspeaker, which generates complex interference patterns and strong reflections within the room.

Simplicity is Key
The entire vocal range is being produced by a single loudspeaker drive unit. This means no crossover in the vocal range or in the critical hearing range. (1-3kHz)

Schedule a Demonstration

Don't take our word for it. Hear them for yourself in your venue. Schedule a free no obligation no pressure demonstration today.

Setup typically takes about 1 hour and all we require is 1 electrical outlet. We discuss the technology, answer any questions you have, and let you listen to your music. We can also tie into your sound board; listen to your instruments or microphones so you can hear the difference with equipment you are already familiar with.