Gear Watch: David Nordshcow Amplification DNS Series Bass Cabinets
David Nordschow Amplification (DNA) has introduced a new line of bass cabinets to their product mix. The DNS Series Cabinets were created in close collaboration with touring pros and the DNA forum community.
The result is a ultra-lightweight cabinet, featuring massive bracing for durability and sound consistenncy, low compression, low distortion tweeters for smooth highs, full 2-way crossovers for enhanced mid-range and highs and new, exclusive DNA speaker deigns.
“I went back and revisited flared porting, which I had used in my early years as a PA system designer,” said David Nordschow, founder and Chief Engineer at DNA. “At the same time, I wanted to use some of the latest technologies, bringing everything together to create a line of cabinets that would take bass amplification to the next level.”
The DNS line includes six cabinets:
The flagship cabinet in the DNS series, with custom DNL10XT speakers, with 1400W RMS – 2800W Peak. Also includes the DNT14N neodymium compression tweeter using a full 2-way crossover.
Here’s the “little brother” to the DNS-410. This cabinet mates well with the DNS-115N, for those who want fast reacting 10″ speakers, and the full bottom of a 15″.
A small, compact system that features a deep and solid B string response, great tone body and acoustic balance.
A compact, lightweight 15″ speaker system with a dual flared port system to deliver tight, deep bass, coupled with a full 2-way crossover to offer detailed mid-range.
The DNS-112N is the foundation of the new DNA Ultimate Bass Tone concept. The cabinet combines the new neodymium DNL312LX high-power 12″ speaker and the DNT14N Neodymium compression tweeter.
A 1×12 cabinet is only 11″ deep, with a custom 3″ voice coil neodymium woofer (DNL312HX) and the DN14N Neodymium Tweeter.
For more information, visit DNA Amps on the web.