D.A.S. at the 2012 NAMM Show
D.A.S. Audio has been present at the 2012 NAMM music trade Show held in Anaheim
The NAMM music trade show, held yearly in Anaheim, California, is one of the largest shows of its kind in the world. D.A.S. Audio, represented by its U.S. subsidiary, D.A.S. Audio of America, Inc., was proud to have a booth once again at this year's event. To give an idea of the magnitude and significance of NAMM, the expo's 110th anniversary - celebrated this year - included more than 1,600 exhibitors from all over the world.
D.A.S. Audio not only exhibited its most stand-out professional sound systems at this event, it also took advantage of the occasion to globally introduce its new Action series. The series offers a wide range of both active and passive models, with the stage monitors and subwoofers systems, ideal for musicians and D.J.s attracting a lot of attention. Their impressive versatility also makes them a great option for small audio visual systems and presentation equipment.
Demonstrations of the new audio Auro 3D format were also held at the D.A.S. Audio booth. The chief novelty of this three-dimensional sound system involves the addition of a new level of speakers for theatres or cinemas. This so-called third dimension "Z" or height is the brainchild of Wilifried Van Baelen, head of the Belgian company Galaxy Studios.
And it was Van Baelen himself who led demonstrations every hour at the D.A.S. booth, using Variant 112AW systems, set up for the occasion in 11.1 configuration. These demonstrations gave NAMM guests the opportunity to get up close to the new configuration made possible by the Auro 3D system.
This year's annual event, put on by National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM), certainly was a platform to show off some exciting innovations. Undoubtedly, D.A.S.'s presence at the prestigious show reinforces the Spanish firm's position as one of the most relevant manufacturers on the international sound scene, underscoring its standing in the demanding market of professional sound systems in the United States.