LUCAS NANO 600
The world’s first crossover PA, LUCAS NANO 600 may be deployed either as a space-saving mono column or as a stereo system with remarkably detailed spatial resolution. In addition, two LUCAS NANO 600s can be paired to create a more powerful PA. This flexibility makes LUCAS NANO 600 a superior alternative to conventional fullrange cabinets and columnar speaker systems for many applications.
Packed with breakthrough technologies, this PA delivers peerless audio performance you won’t find in any other system as small as this. Take, for example, the MultiCell Transformer. This innovative highlight helps maximize sound pressure gain, improve directivity and minimize high-frequency distortion. With the benefit of sophisticated simulation technology, our engineers were able to construct a lightweight subwoofer housing with the bass response of a heavy wood enclosure.
LUCAS NANO 600 offers everything musicians and DJs need to get the audience’s groove on, serving up crystal-clear sound and slamming beats for up to 200 people.
- Versatile: Configures as a mono PA, a 2.1 or a twin stereo (double stereo) setup
- Two satellites with a 4.5′ woofer and 1′ tweeter
- 10 Inch Subwoofer
- 5 Inputs, 3-Channel-Mixer, Mic In 1 with Phantom Power
- 460 W power amp
- 130 dB max. SPL
- First of its kind worldwide: MultiCell Transformer for optimum dispersion
- Low-resonance bass enclosure for remarkable low-end performance
- Satellite transport bay inside the subwoofer enclosure
- Weighs just 16.3 kg
- Several optional add-ons
||LUCAS NANO 600 is even more lavishly appointed: Inputs 1 and 2 afford you even greater flexibility by providing enough channels for a vocal duo with accompaniment or two acoustic guitarists with an additional vocalist. On top of that, it furnishes phantom power for condenser microphones.
|The newly developed MultiCell Transformer for the 1′ compression driver is certainly an innovative highlight. This advanced Wave Transformer technology shoehorns the acoustical benefits of a much larger CD horn into this compact format and allows two satellites to be stacked properly to achieve the best audio performance.
||Epoxy housings have many benefits, but they‘ve never been famous for delivering massive, muscular bass. So our engineers took a novel approach to this challenge, using a special state-of-the art simulation method to analyze how the LUCAS NANO 600 subwoofer‘s enclosure bends and flexes. They pinpointed all the resonance points and then reinforced the unit with a sophisticated metal bracing