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Aquí puedes ver artículos técnicos que te ayudaran a prepararte para asistir a los diferentes cursos o repasar conceptos y uso de los sistemas y programas de simulación acústica.

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Several cardioid subwoofer configurations exist, but the method to be followed, as described here, is always the same. This article does not intend to assess the various configurations, but only to show the basic procedures and ease the learning process. The user should choose the most appropriate configuration for the specific application needs.

Author: Joan La Roda, D.A.S. Audio, Engineering Department

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The Aero 28 line array system manufactured by D.A.S. Audio has been in production for more than 7 years. During the preliminary discussions regarding a successor for this world-wide “best seller”, the design philosophy adopted by D.A.S. was to develop a completely new system that would take advantage of the latest audio technologies. The new system should offer a significant improvement in performance and not simply a “replacement” aimed at the same market segment. The result of this ambitious design and engineering challenge is the new Aero 12A.

Author: Víctor Catalá, D.A.S. Audio, Engineering Department
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The new Avant series incorporates an impressive battery of high tech features that take powered portable systems to a new level of performance. The latest in Class D power amplification, digital signal processing and optimized D.A.S. components have been combined with enclosures designed for ease of transportation and road worthiness. The Avant series provides the musician, DJ or A/V professional with systems that redefine the meaning of portable PA.

Author: Víctor Catalá, D.A.S. Audio, Engineering Department
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FFT based field measurement systems have made it possible for us to do phase alignment at fixed installations as well as at live events, where every venue demands a different approach. This is particularly important these days, since mid-high boxes are often flown and subwoofers remain on the ground, meaning that phase differences at the listener location can be very significant. Given the interest in the subject, and the remarkable improvement it can bring to a system, it seems like a good idea to write an article that describes the measurement process step by step. Before doing that, however, let’s go over the concept of phase.

Author: Joan La Roda, D.A.S. Audio, Engineering Department
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The ever increasing demands for high levels of bass and sub-bass, combined with the use of amplifiers with power ratings that were until recently unimaginable, necessitate the use of loudspeakers that are capable of responding to these challenges satisfactorily.
With this objective in mind, D.A.S. has developed the new LX series of speakers. The 18LX and the 15LX incorporate a series of improvements that provide increased performance when compared to their predecessors the 18GN and 15GN.
This technical article prepared by the D.A.S. Engineering Department describes the improvements in the LX series loudspeakers.

Author: Víctor Catalá, D.A.S. Audio, Engineering Department
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Line arrays have been specially designed so when several units are combined vertically the whole system behaves as one single sound source. Generally speaking that’s what makes them different from the conventional speaker systems. But how do they work? This article develops the principles behind the line array theory for a complete understanding of what line arrays are.

Author: Joan La Roda, D.A.S. Audio, Engineering Department
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