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Community Expands Distributed Design Family Of Loudspeakers With DA6

Form factor designed for environments such as restaurants, restorts, hotel lobbies and ballrooms, and retail establishments

By PSW Staff October 15, 2012

The new DA6 from Community, available in standard black and white finishes

Community Professional has introduced the DA6, a high-output, full-range architectural surface-mount loudspeaker with a sconce-like form factor and contemporary styling designed to complement environments such as restaurants, resorts, hotel lobbies and ballrooms, and retail establishments.

It is the newest member of the company’s Distributed Design Series loudspeakers.

The DA6 offers a 115-degree cone-shaped coverage pattern that emanates from the face of the loudspeaker downwards at a 26-degree angle from the wall.

The 2-way, 6.5-inch surface mount DA6 integrates Community’s patented Carbon Ring Cone Technology, delivering uniform voicing and consistent coverage from zone to zone when combined with other Distributed Design Series ceiling, surface mount and pendant loudspeakers, including the D10SUB ceiling mount and DS8SUB surface mount subwoofers.

The DA6’s coaxial design achieves higher sensitivity and dramatically lower distortion thanks to the implementation of separate, discrete magnets for its LF and HF drivers.

A built-in autoformer offers selectable 70V or 100V operation in a distributed system, as well as standard 8-ohm use.

The DA6 is available in standard black or white finishes, and can be painted to match any décor.

Enclosures are constructed of high-impact ABS plastic to reduce unwanted resonance, and the included flush-mount wall plate makes installation fast and efficient.
Community Professional


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