Pure Groove Systems and Danley Sound Labs have joined forces to produce a ground- breaking series of professional audio systems. These revolutionary speaker designs are ideal for nightclubs, live arenas, festivals and touring.

Tom Danley is rightly known for his innovation in loudspeaker design. Danley holds 17 loudspeaker patents, including the Servodrive subwoofer, the Unity Horn which was succeeded by the Synergy Horn, the Tapped Horn, the Paraline and Shaded Lens Technology. Additionally, Danley has been a research leader in the uses of acoustics in the military and industrial applications specifically related to active noise cancellation.

Danley has raised the bar again with the new Pure Groove by Danley ‘PGD’ series by utilizing unrivaled audio technology to create an immersive musical experience for the audience and fans. Every layer of sound is clear and true, bass frequencies are clearly defined and felt.  

Line array systems have been the industry standard choice for large venues, music festivals and concert tours for a number of years because there has been no other option – until now. Not only are line arrays bulky, but the sound waves they emit actually distort each other, creating phase cancellation and a loud but muddy sound. Our speakers deliver a pure, more powerful sound so fans can experience music the way it’s meant to be heard.


Pure Groove Systems delivers a more powerful, pure and defined sound so audiences can experience sound the way it is meant to be heard. Pure Groove Systems is the greener choice. Compared to competitors, our revolutionary systems are so efficient that you only need a fraction of the number of cabinets to produce a superior sound. What does this mean?

• Less speakers
• No line arrays for more aesthetic appeal.
• Consumes significantly less power, while delivering an unmatched audio experience.
• Save on time, rigging and labor expenses.
• Save on shipping and transportation costs.
• We are proudly built in the U.S.A.
• We use recycled material whenever possible and rare earth materials in our magnets.

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