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NEXT-proaudio introduces new LAs418G (Ground Stack Version)
NEXT-proaudio, being aware of the moving heavy loads issue, has added to its Subwoofer options, the LAs418G, a new ground stack version of the current well known subwoofer LAs418. The actual version of LAs418 allows the user to array the sub with optional external hardware, having all the internal box rigging hardware. On this new ground stack version, there is no possibility to array it, which is not a requirement for some users so allows a substantial weight reduction but keeping the same design and performance. LAs418G houses two long excursion and very high power 18" drivers providing the same ultra-low frequencies at a very high SPL and delivering magnificent precision and punch at incredible sound pressure levels.
Where very low frequency is required, the new NEXT LAs418G is the solution, being the precisely matched subwoofer for the LA family.
The cabinet volume with optimised port tuning featuring extremely high peak-to peak excursion capability, is able to deliver true sub performance down to 24Hz at -10dB. The new version, Las418G, incorporates eight handles, four each side, balancing the total weight of 87kg. The enclosure size is the same as the previous version at 516mm x 920mm x 1030mm (HxDxW) and delivers 9,000W output.
Housed within a multi-laminate birch plywood enclosure and finished in textured black semi-matte coating, the LAs418G can be deployed in either standard or cardioid configuration using the parallel wired Neutrik NL4 connector on the front of the subwoofer.
Exactly as on the current version, the new LAs418G will be available as 2x8 ohm or 2x4 ohm (specially designed to be driven by Powersoft X series, X4 or X8)
NEXT-proaudio has developed and is already supplying an updated touring Power rack with Powersoft X Line amplifiers, offering to the customers a worldwide standard, LA Rack, to use in both rental and install.
The new LAs418G is available for order immediately.
23rd August 2017
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