K-array small subwoofer offers ‘prodigious output’1 February 2016
Components from the K-array subwoofer line have been modified to create a smaller, yet powerful, bass system comprised of one 6in neodymium transducer and one 6in passive radiator.
K-array says the KU26 has been engineered for maximum linear excursion and minimum residual noise, and with a frequency range of 45Hz to 300Hz, would offer a perfect companion for the K-array Lyzard, Vyper, and Tornado speakers.
The combination provides full range frequency response with prodigious output and a ‘virtually invisible’ profile claims the company.
The KU26 boasts extended frequency response and is electronically protected.
Its neodymium transducer has a double voice coil (16 ohm and 16 ohm) for selectable impedance settings, allowing users to combine up to eight KU26 units powered by just one channel of the KA84 amplifier.
Florence-based K-array already offers an extensive portfolio of product lines, providing ultra compact speaker solutions for medium to large-scale applications, including touring, events, installed sound, and broadcast.
The KU26 has been designed to extend the low range in small to medium size rooms. Applications vary from hotels and churches to pubs and restaurants, as well as stores and conferences.
The company also offers a variety of installation accessories for its various speaker lines, ranging from wall brackets to cabling.