Tectonic Audio Labs On The Road at ALMA International and InfoComm 2019 to Showcase New Products and Technologies

June 7 2019, 01:10
Tectonic Audio Labs, the manufacturer of audio solutions using bending wave technology, will attend the forthcoming InfoComm 2019 show and the preceding ALMA International Symposium in orlando, FL, to showcase an expansion of its products and the technology behind their innovations. Besides showing its range of patented Balanced Mode Radiator (BMR) driver - already integrated into a wide range of consumer audio products and car audio systems, Tectonic will show an expansion to its professional range, expanding the existing flat panel speakers range.

At the ALMA International Symposium and Expo (AISE) at the Doubletree Hilton Universal in Orlando, Tectonic Vice President of Engineering Tim Whitwell will give a presentation on BMR technology and benefits. He will explain the acoustic principles behind the operation of a BMR and how it delivers the benefits of wide directivity over the full frequency range with smooth power distribution from a single drive unit. The presentation will take place on Sunday, June 9 at 4:00 p.m. Tectonic will also have a presence at Booth #15 in the Exhibit Hall at ALMA International on June 9 and 10.

Later in the week, Tectonic will exhibit at InfoComm 2019, which takes place at the Orange County Convention Center, also in Orlando. Located at Booth #7360, the company will unveil exciting next-generation offerings of its DML Loudspeakers and subwoofers.

"We've focused our efforts over the last 18 months to further evolve our Distributed Mode Loudspeaker (DML) technology offering in response to market demand," says Heidi Keele, Chief Marketing Officer & Head of WW Commercial Audio Sales. "Our bundled solutions inclusive of our new product offerings will deliver supreme voice intelligibility and best-in-class coverage with less ladder time."

In addition to its presence in the exhibit hall, Tectonic will host a suite for demos and an inaugural meeting of its new Advisory Council, which aims to better plan, build and bring to market Tectonic products based on customer demand, following the recent consolidation of its activities.
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