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David Nordschow Amplification (DNA) announced the launch of its speakers designed for bass guitars and double bass instruments.

The full product line was presented in a musician showcase at the Music Garage in Chicago, Illinois on May 21, 2011.

 

The  DNS Series currently comprises 6 models, from the 1×10” to the 4×10” with power ranging from 350W RMS for the former, up to 1400W RMS for the most powerful. All models are equipped with the brand’s woofers and tweeters, as well as a SNAGG chip.

  • DNS-110 : 1×10” with 350W RMS (700W peak) @ 8 Ohms, 100dB sensitivity, 128dB max SPL and 45Hz – 14kHz frequency response
  • DNS-112N/Micro : 1×12” neodynium (DNL312HX) with 3” mobile coil and DN14N neodynium tweeter, for a power of 450W RMS (900W Peak) @ 8 Ohms, 101dB sensitivity, 131dB max SPL and 44Hz – 14kHz
  • DNS-112N : 12” DNL312LX neodynium woofer and neodynium tweeter with 450W RMS (900W Peak) @ 8 Ohms, 99dB sensitivity, 129dB max SPL and 32Hz – 14kHz frequency response
  • DNS-115N : 1×15” with double flared port and 2-way crossover, power of 450W RMS (900W Peak), 100dB sensitivity, 130dB max SPL and 36Hz – 14kHz frequency response
  • DNS-210 : 2×10” with 700W RMS (1400W Peak) @ 4 or 8 Ohms, 103dB sensitivity, 134dB max SPL and 34Hz à 14kHz frequency response, Flared Shelf Port (49Hz)
  • DNS-410 : 4 DNL10XT woofers and DNT14N tweeter with 2-way crossover, 1400W RMS (2800W Peak) @ 4/8 Ohms, with 106dB sensitivity, 137dB max SPL and 37Hz – 14kHz frequency response.

 

For more details, pay a visit to dnaamps.com/products/cabinets.

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