D.A.S. at InfoComm 2016
D.A.S. Audio showcases its newest products at InfoComm 2016
D.A.S. Audio unveiled its newest products at the recently celebrated InfoComm 2016 trade show at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada. With more than 1,000 exhibitors, thousands of products, and nearly 40,000 attendees from 110+ countries, InfoComm is the largest, most exciting event in the Western Hemisphere focused on the pro-AV industry.
D.A.S. Audio of America, the Spanish manufacturer’s subsidiary in the United States, presented a full range of audio innovations that featured the new state-of-the-art Sound Force dance club systems. These high-performance systems were paired with a striking visual design at the D.A.S. Audio booth: visitors were thrilled with the customized black and chrome systems along with the recently released SF-M, an impressive powered DJ monitor that brings together a double SF-1521A subwoofer system (15” + 21”) and well as two SF-20A high-definition mid-high units.
Visitors also had the opportunity to check out D.A.S Audio’s systems for commercial installations and portable system, including the Artec 300 and Vantec Series respectively. The Artec 300 systems are designed for quality sound installations at any type of venue, while the highly versatile and easy-to-handle Vantec Series can also be used for corporate and other smaller-scale events. This section of the booth was capped off by D.A.S. Audio WR cabinets, specifically designed for outdoor installations where the systems are exposed to the elements.
D.A.S. also offered visitors the chance to experience the power and state-of-the-art quality of its systems firsthand with its demo room, hung with powerful Artec 320 line arrays with Artec 322S subwoofers as well as the high-performance HQ systems, designed for long-throw applications such as stadiums and sports complexes. The demo room was rounded out with two Aero Series 2 systems –an Aero 20A line array paired with the new UX-30A subwoofers– and systems from the new Sound Force Series, designed for high-end dance clubs.