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DAS reissues a call to Action

DAS reissues a call to Action

DAS reissues a call to Action

The Action-508 incorporates a newly designed DAS 8GV transducer and M-34 compression driver

DAS Audio’s Action 500 Series comprises eight active and eight passive loudspeaker models, a 12-inch monitor, three subwoofers and 8-inch, 12-inch, 15-inch and dual 15-inch, full-range systems. The new 500 Series models provide an upgrade to both the design and physical feature set of the company’s popular Action series.

Powered by a new Class-D amplifier, the Action-508 incorporates a newly designed DAS 8GV transducer and M-34 compression driver, while all full-range systems in the Action series have new horns that are said to provide improved frequency response on both the vertical and horizontal planes while offering a wider 90° x 60° dispersion. The horns can be rotated to maintain coverage coherency when used in the horizontal position, while the Action-512/512A and Action-515/515A have dual-angle pole mounts (0° and 10°) that make it possible to adapt the coverage when required.

All of the active systems incorporate a mixer with two inputs. DAScontrol technology accessed via a rear-located LCD screen enables the selection of up to three different presets (Live, Dance and Monitor), as well as HPF and LPF filters that optimise the systems when used with subwoofers. The powered systems provide the option of using the logo as a limit indicator, which can easily be viewed from the cabinet front.

The subwoofers of the series boast improved performance as a result of a new high-excursion transducer (18FW) designed by DAS and said to achieve ‘clarity and high power’ in the reproduction of low frequencies.

The enclosures themselves, meanwhile, are constructed of birch wood and coated with black ISO-Flex paint that is designed to achieve high durability and resistance in the most demanding environments.

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