DAS Audio (8) Event 210A & (4) Event 218A Package 2
DAS Event 210A Dual 10" Multipurpose Powered Line Array Speaker
The Event 210A Line is a three-way powered line array in a double 10 dual-band configuration which provides a wider frequency range. The D.A.S. loudspeaker units has been teamed up with a single M-75 compression driver and purpose-designed injected aluminum high frequency waveguide. The Event 210A line array is powered by a three channel Class D amplifier which provides 360 W peak per channel. The amp´s rear panel includes quality Neutrik XLR and powerCON connectors, status LEDS to facilitate setup and D.A.S. s Easy-DSP interface which simplifies preset selection for the number of units and throw depth.
ProX XT-AT06 Stand for Fenix XT-AT06 Line Arrays Systems
Stand for small/medium line-arrays systems. Compatible with AT Series frontal loading lifting towers. Weight Capacity 400kg / 880 lbs.
DAS AX-Event 210A Event 210A Rigging system
Rigging system for Event 210A Line Array Speakers.
DAS 3FT PowerCON & XLR Combo Jumper Cable 14 AWG Power 16 AWG Audio [DAS-CJC-3FT]
3FT. Combo Jumper Cable : 14 AWG Power, 16 AWG Audio Power-in (blue) w/ XLR Male on one side and Power-out (gray) w/ XLR Female on the other side. Both cables are housed in a single sleeve with insulation.
DAS Event 218A Dual 18 Powered Subwoofer
The Event 218A dual 18 powered subwoofer makes use of one of D.A.S.´s most acclaimed loudspeakers, the LX series long excursion transducers which were introduced in the high-level LX-218. The enclosure is designed for horizontal use, built using quality Birch plywood, finished with the ISO-flex coating and has a pole mount socket on the upper panel.
The power amplifier provides 3600 Wpeak power and offers features found on the more expensive LX subwoofers such as the Cardioid Preset mode switch which offers specific signal treatment for easy set-up of pairs of systems in cardioid subwoofer applications. The system includes two balanced inputs (A-B) with stereo HPF (100 Hz) filtered output connections for satellite systems. Defeating the HPF filter offers stereo loop thru connections. The variable LPF crossover ranges from 80 Hz-125 Hz. A gain control and polarity reverse feature increase user control over the system.