Ohm Vela Line Array

Ohm Vela Line Array from £ POA

Ohm Vela Line ArrayThe Ohm VELA line array is a compact line-array cabinet, designed for the small and medium install as well as for live use.

An integrated flying system makes it easy to fly up to 8 cabinets per side. The cabinet width is the same as the TRS subwoofers when stood in the portrait position making it easy to use them together.

Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions or would like to buy any products from the Ohm Line Array Range or indeed any other product from the Ohm Range.

Features of the Ohm Vela Line Array

  • Compact line-array
  • perfectly matched for TRS subwoofers
  • Scaleable for small/larger uses

Combined with the two Ohm 8 inch drivers have two 1” compression drivers in a plywood construction. Cast aluminium horn creates 100° x 10° degree dispersion.

Handling of the VELA is easy with the good sized handles on both ends of the cabinet. Flying system is integrated around the handles so all the necessary parts are always with the system. Array angles can be adjusted in 2 degree steps, or VELA can also be grounds stacked.

Latest News

Somnai

  What can we say about this project…Somnai… that is all. Somnai is now being promoted, online, through ambiguous billboards across London as well as social media. When you read online about the experience however, we feel you will never … Read More

St Matthews Church in Blackmoor

We have just had our project accepted with St Matthews Church in Blackmoor. A beautiful Hampshire church that needed effective sound for the congregation and choir alike. In total we will be installing: 6 x Martin Audio CDD6 speakers & … Read More

Namm 2018 Pro Audio Exhibition Wing a Success

After many years of anticipation, the NAMM Show expanded this year into ACC North, a newly built, 200,000-square-foot facility that is packed almost entirely with pro audio exhibitors. Among those many manufacturers presenting their latest and greatest offerings, reactions to … Read More

View archived news