A-Line Acoustics Flying Subs

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A-Line Acoustics introduces 1,000 watt powered arrayable subwoofers to complement the company’s AL10 and ALA10 line array system. Designed and built to be flown with the line arrays, the ASA-115 (1x15”), ASA-215 (2x15”) and ASA-118 (1x18”) SubARRAY(tm) enclosures feature A-Line’s exclusive integrated EZAL(tm) rigging for faster, safer and easier set up. Each cabinet is the height of two AL10 enclosures. SubARRAY(tm) systems are powered with proven Bang & Olufsen ICEpower(tm) technology with onboard DSP for superior performance and reliability.

Made in the USA with the highest grade components, A-Line Acoustics SubARRAY(tm) enclosures are constructed in DuraTex coated birch plywood with routed handles. An optional wheelboard is available for easy transport and load-in.

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