Nux DA30BT Bluetooth 30w Digital Drum Amp

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Nux DA30BT 30 Watt Electronic Drum Amplifier with Bluetooth
NUX DA-30 is designed for portable electronic drum monitoring.The speaker responses to the drum’s frequency very well, also low frequency band is adjustable. DA-30’s TSAC technology offers a richer sound quality than similar products to make musicians “feel” more adapted into the different scenes and sounds. DA30 is also compatibale with any electronic keyboard, digital piano or synthesizer. It has 2 inputs with independent volume control, it can be useful for 2 musicians to share monitoring in the studio or just playing at home. 

DA30 is equipped with a 30W power amplifier, 10″ full-range speakers, frequency response characteristics significantly for the frequency characteristics of the various drum instruments optimized circuit design, bright treble, tenor and full, bass shock having two frequency adjustment button: treble, bass, provides the user with better adjustability.

The DA-30 personal drum monitor is a lot of amp wrapped in a portable multi-faceted package. Heavy duty components define this powerhouse as a must have addition to your live digital drum gigs!

30 Watts of raw power through a coaxially mounted LF and HF gives you full frequency response in an ultra compact speaker system. You wanna play along to some tracks? Sure! Just plug your source into either one of the 1/4 inch phone jacks (Chanel 1 or 2), the Stereo CD-IN RCA jacks or the new Bluetooth functionality. Tweak the tone controls using the 2 band EQ to get your sound just right.

The Tech Features:
Brand:- Nux
Model:- DA30BT
Output RMS:- 30watts
Input Impedance:- 68K Ohms
Dimensions:- 46cm x 40.5cm x 50cm
Weight:- 14.75kg

 

Additional Information

Weight 3.0 kg

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