- All-in-one column system for sound reinforcement and monitoring - 2,600 watts of Class D peak power for stunning performance and light weight - 2 x 8? woofers for a tight, punchy bottom end - 16 x 3? fullrange speakers for balanced midrange response - 2 x 1? HF drivers for silky-smooth, detailed highs - Line array design for extra wide coverage and extended throw - Uniform dispersion with BEM-optimized HF waveguide - LD Systems DynX® DSP technology for distortion-free performance at all levels - Integrated 4-channel mixer with Bluetooth® stereo audio streaming - 2-piece column for compact transport dimensions - Secure, cableless assembly with multipin plug-and-play connector - Detachable column for multiple placement options - Easy operation with mono and stereo configuration presets - Wide range of smart installation and transport accessories
Housed in an enclosure that shares the same design as the mid/ high unit, the EA 600 amp module delivers 600 watts at 4 ohms. It can drive up to two passive E 110 Sub subwoofers or one passive subwoofer with up to two E 435 mid/ high units or one column with up to four mid/ high units. The power amp module is ventilated from the front. A rotary selector lets you choose a special EQ setting to match the number of connected E 435s and optimize the frequency response for a column of that height.
ELEMENTS Big Base offers the headroom of a large PA paired with that trademark ELEMENTS sound and handling ease. With a whopping 4,800 watts total output power, you can drive up to four dual 10' subwoofers and six E835 mid/ high units. That?s enough acoustical energy to keep several hundred listeners happy. With over two meters line length in the largest configuration with the Big Sub and Top Add-ons, this rig is able to throw midrange and high frequencies across distances that conventional systems can only reach with the help of multiple delay cabinets.
The active Install Kit is basically the E 435 Install Kit plus a powered EA 600 with mounting hardware in place of the top mid/high unit. This turns it into an active array that can power either three E 435s or a combination of one E 435 and one E 835.