DAS 2 x 18" Active Subwoofer, 2400W, 142dB Peak SPL

The mic arrived today :) Thank you - the new sound system is sounding amazing! Claudio did a great job again big thanks. It sounds fantastic - it really does. - Tracey Hewson Auckland Council , June 2013

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DAS 2 x 18" Active Subwoofer, 2400W, 142dB Peak SPL ( LX218CA )

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Detailed Description

New 18LXN Long excursion drivers, digital amplifiers


D.A.S. Audio has launched its new LX-218 bass-reflex subwoofer system. The LX-218 high efficiency system is designed to provide outstanding performance in terms of output power (142 dB peak SPL), bandwidth extension and distortion control. The new horizontal cabinet configuration incorporates two 18-inch long excursion speakers in addition to state-of-the-art electronic technology, using third generation Class D amplifiers for the powered versions. The system is designed to provide high-level sub-bass reinforcement for mid-high units such as D.A.S. Aero line array systems. They are ideal for P.A. applications using systems for mid-to-large scale events in arenas, stadiums or theatres, ensuring magnificent levels of bass reinforcement.

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The design philosophy behind the LX-218 is an advanced electro-acoustic solution with all of the main components including speakers, amplifier and electronic controls designed as one integrated system. The result is outstanding response and efficiency that surpass any of its predecessors. The current range comprises four models; two passive, LX-218/218R and two powered, LX-218A/218RA. Both “R” models incorporate a rigging system so that they can be flown in line array formations together with D.A.S. Aero systems. Cabinets can easily be upgraded to an arrayable version with the rigging hardware kit at a later stage if required