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Full-Range PA Speaker Cabinet from DAS belonging to the Rf series

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D.A.S. Audio launches a newly designed Reference series, consisting of six two-way systems and three subwoofer systems.


The new line-up of sound reinforcement systems consists of two 12-inch models, two 15-inch models and two double 15-inch models available with 1-inch and 1.5-inch compression drivers equipped with titanium diaphragms. Included in the range of externally powered products are two subwoofer systems boasting a single 18-inch bass-reflex configuration and a high power double 18-inch system.

The enclosures have been manufactured using 18 mm Birch plywood and are painted in a protective black paint finish. All the compression drivers features rotatable horns with 80º x 50º and 60º x 40º horn dispersions to use the cabinets either in horizontal or vertical position. The speakers components are protected from impact damage and dust with a grille which is internally lined with acoustically transparent filter cloth. The larger RF-215.96 and the Sub-218G are equipped with rear located wheels.

The Reference series offers a selection of optional rigging hardware for permanent installations. Each cabinet has 12 M10 rigging points so that they can be installed using forged steel eyebolts. The rigging points can also be used with the two-piece wall or ceiling “L” brackets as well as the incorporated array frame which permits a horizontal array of up to three RF-12 or RF 15 models. For mobile use, the 12-inch and 15-inch cabinets include a standard speaker stand/pole mount socket and are capable of receiving the “AX-Truss”, an optional truss mount accessory that can be attached to standard 50 mm lighting truss.



RF-12.64 with AX-Truss (L) and array frame ®.

RF-12.64 specifications :
  • RMS (Average) Power Handling : 600 W
  • Program Power Handling : 1200 W
  • Peak Power Handling : 2400 W
  • On-axis Frequency Range : 50 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Nominal Impedance : 8 Ω
  • Minimum Impedance : 6.9 Ω (at 20 kHz)
  • On-axis Sensitivity 1W / 1 m : 97 dB SPL
  • Rated Peak SPL at Full Power : 131 dB
  • Nominal –6 dB Beamwidths : 60º Horizontal x 40º Vertical
  • Connector : 2 paralleled NL4 Speakon, wired to ±1
  • Dimensions (H x W x D) : 64.4 × 37 × 34.6 cm / 25.4 × 14.6 × 13.6 in
  • Weight : 25 kg (55 lb)
RF-15.64 specifications :
  • RMS (Average) Power Handling : Passive: 600 W, LF: 600 W, HF: 100 W
  • Program Power Handling : Passive: 1200 W, LF: 1200 W, HF: 200 W
  • Peak Power Handling : Passive: 2400 W, LF: 2400 W, HF: 400 W
  • On-axis Frequency Range : 45 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Nominal Impedance : Passive: 8 Ω, LF: 8 Ω, HF: 8 Ω
  • Minimum Impedance : LF: 7.6 (50 Hz), HF: 6.9 Ω (20 kHz)
  • On-axis Sensitivity 1W / 1 m : LF: 98 dB SPL, HF: 99 dB SPL
  • Rated Peak SPL at Full Power : LF. 131 dB, HF: 125 dB
  • Nominal –6 dB Beamwidths : 60º Horizontal x 40º Vertical
  • Connector : 2 paralleled NL4 Speakon, wired to ±1
  • Dimensions (H x W x D) : 73 × 41.6 × 41.5 cm / 28.7 × 16.4 × 16.3 in
  • Weight : 31 kg (62.2 lb)
RF-15.85 specifications :
  • RMS (Average) Power Handling : 400 W
  • Program Power Handling : 800 W
  • Peak Power Handling : 1600 W
  • On-axis Frequency Range : 50 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Nominal Impedance : 8 Ω
  • Minimum Impedance : 7.9 Ω (at 50 Hz)
  • On-axis Sensitivity 1W / 1 m : 99 dB SPL
  • Rated Peak SPL at Full Power : 131 dB
  • Nominal –6 dB Beamwidths : 80º Horizontal x 50º Vertical
  • Connector : 2 paralleled NL4 Speakon, wired to ±1
  • Dimensions (H x W x D) : 73 × 41.6 × 41.5 cm / 28.7 × 16.4 × 16.3 in
  • Weight : 26 kg (57.2 lb)
RF-215.85 specifications :
  • RMS (Average) Power Handling : 800 W
  • Program Power Handling : 1600 W
  • Peak Power Handling : 3200 W
  • On-axis Frequency Range : 45 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Nominal Impedance : 4 Ω
  • Minimum Impedance : 4.3 Ω (at 46 Hz)
  • On-axis Sensitivity 1W / 1 m : 101 dB SPL
  • Rated Peak SPL at Full Power : 136 dB
  • Nominal –6 dB Beamwidths : 80º Horizontal x 50º Vertical
  • Connector : 2 paralleled NL4 Speakon, wired to ±1
  • Dimensions (H x W x D) : 112 × 47.4 × 45 cm / 44.1 × 18.7 × 17.7 in
  • Weight : 44 kg (96.8 lb)
RF-215.96 specifications :
  • RMS (Average) Power Handling : Passive: 1400 W, LF: 1400 W, HF: 200 W
  • Program Power Handling : Passive: 2800 W, LF: 2800 W, HF: 400 W
  • Peak Power Handling : Passive: 5600 W, LF: 5600 W, HF: 800 W
  • On-axis Frequency Range : 37 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Nominal Impedance : Passive: 4 Ω, LF: 4 Ω, HF: 8 Ω
  • Minimum Impedance : LF: 4.2 (47 Hz), HF: 8.6 Ω (8.6 kHz)
  • On-axis Sensitivity 1W / 1 m : LF: 102 dB SPL, HF: 101 dB SPL
  • Rated Peak SPL at Full Power : LF. 139 dB, HF: 130 dB
  • Nominal –6 dB Beamwidths : 90º Horizontal x 60º Vertical
  • Connector : 2 paralleled NL4 Speakon, wired to ±1
  • Dimensions (H x W x D) : 120 × 55 × 48.5 cm / 47.2 × 21.7 × 19.1 in
  • Weight : 62.5 kg (137.5 lb)
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