D.A.S. Audio’s new loudspeaker series has been designed with clubs in mind. The new series presently offers four models comprising mid-high, mid bass, and subwoofer options.
The SF-112 is a mid-high 3-way cabinet which allows for passive or bi-amp operation. The mid-range is handled by the new D.A.S. 12HQ loudspeaker, while the high frequency reproduction is managed by the D.A.S. M-75N neodymium compression driver used on a number of the company’s systems. Both components are mounted to polished fiberglass horns. The ultra-high frequencies are handled by twin “bullet” type tweeters mounted on supports.
The SF-215 is a bass system comprising two D.A.S. 15″ loudspeakers in a fourth order bass-reflex configuration. The bass cabinets can either be stacked, or flown on both sides of the SF-112 to form a 4-way array.
Two subwoofer options are available in the Sound Force series. The SF-221, a double 21″ subwoofer comprising twin 21LXN4 loudspeakers in “V” loaded configuration and the impressive SF-30A, a powered ultra-low system. The SF-30A employs a 30″ push-pull moving magnet transducer powered by a Class D amplifier offering 7,500W continuous power for what the company describes as”breathtaking” low frequency reproduction.
Cabinet construction for the Sound Force series is consistent with the D.A.S. pro systems standards, using birch plywood and the durable ISO-flex coating. System details can be painted in Pantone colours by special order. Threaded rigging points are available on the SF-112 and SF-215 cabinets to facilitate flying.