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A new ARA for sound

A new ARA for sound

A new ARA for sound

Speaker specialist DAS Audio has boosted its ARA Series with a trio of products. The ARA-P12.74 is a self-powered point source system featuring a 12-inch LF driver and a 3-inch VCD HF compression driver, 96kHz FIR filters and 1,200W of Class D amplification. The ARA-P28.74 features dual 8-inch drivers, a 3-inch VCD compression driver, with 96kHz FIR processing and 1,200W of power. Both come with accessories to mount them in virtually any scenario and feature a rotatable horn for optimal coverage. In addition, the ARA-M210 is a dual 10-inch stage monitor which also boasts 1,200W and 96kHz FIR processing, has a 50° horizontal spread and an asymmetrical vertical dispersion of 40° downward and 30° upward. DAS Audio says this optimises the monitor for a wide variety of stage setups. All three are compatible with ALMA, DAS Audio’s control and monitoring software.

The company has also announced the next generation of its EVENT Series line arrays. The EVENT-28A is an ultra-compact line array sporting two 8-inch neodymium LF transducers and a single M-60 compression driver, powered by Class D amplification with SMPS. The symmetric V-shaped configuration of the cone transducers delivers consistent 100° of horizontal coverage, while the M-60 driver remains coupled to an advanced waveguide design which controls the vertical dispersion and ensures precise coupling between units in vertical arrays. The EVENT-118A is a companion subwoofer with a single 18-inch front-loaded woofer and Class D amplification.



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