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August 19, 2021

New Technologically-Advanced Speakers Bring Unique Sound Quality Into 'Focus'

Focused Sound speakers already making an impact at venues nationwide. http://www.dakotaaudio.com

Bismarck, N.D. (PRWEB) August 19, 2021 -- New technologically-advanced speakers are bringing unique sound quality into 'focus.'

It's a product that has already shown its prowess at venues like the Country Music Hall of Fame, select national museums and even the Mayo Clinic. Now Dakota Audio is aiming to bring its innovative speaker technology to many other venues worldwide.

Focused Sound is a compact product from Dakota Audio that controls sound in a unique manner so listeners can experience high quality sound directed to a specific area without being distracted by large, obtrusive speakers.

How Does Focused Sound Work?: http://www.dakotaaudio.com/howItWorks.shtml
Multiple small, high-quality loudspeakers comprise Focused Sound, which provides excellent sound quality and control in thin, almost inconspicuous packages. Patent-pending technology allows Dakota Audio to design arrays for specific situations and provide coverage patterns not available with other technologies.

"The combination of thin, unobtrusive looks, low distortion and excellent frequency response is unsurpassed in the field of directed audio," says Lynn Mader, inventor and developer of Focused Sound.

Dakota Audio mounts the multiple loudspeakers on a flat surface, eliminating the sonic coloration of domes. By strictly controlling the "launch" time of the sound from each loudspeaker, all speakers act together in concert at the target location. This control, known as correlation, allows Focused Sound to deliver well-controlled sound dispersion, adjustability and coverage patterns that are not physically possible with a dome.
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Typical focused arrays give a reduction in volume of more than 20 decibels as a listener steps from the sound's "target zone" to the untargeted area just a few feet away. By varying the design of the array and the timing of the speakers, different patterns and focal lengths may be obtained. The thin (3 inches "thick") arrays are much less conspicuous than a "flying saucer convention" of dome speakers. The 36-inch square arrays can be customized to almost any shape or size.

Normally, the arrays are mounted overhead using thin aircraft cables. However, Focused Sound also can be mounted under grates in the floor, either under directly under the listener, or offset several feet from the listener (with the sound projected at an angle).

"We welcome side-by-side comparisons with any other technology for controlling sound," says Mader. In fact, that's exactly how Dakota Audio proved itself and landed its biggest clients, including the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn.; the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.; the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia; the Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis, Tenn.; and the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.

Dakota Audio can customize Focused Sound to meet indoor and outdoor acoustical needs. Information about the product is available online: http://www.dakotaaudio.com or by calling (800) 428-3461.

Posted by Industrial-Manufacturing at August 19, 2021 10:51 PM

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