The new K-array KK102 is a passive speaker system comprised of sixteen 2” neodymium magnet transducers housed in an elegant and sturdy stainless steel chassis. The vertical dispersion pattern can be switched for wide or narrow coverage, allowing for a great variety of applications. The sixteen closely spaced cone drivers provide true line array characteristics - phase coherence, low distortion and focused listening in both the near field, and at a distance from the speaker. A variety of rigging accessories provides many linking and hanging options for the KK102 (1 meter) and the smaller (0.5 meter) KK52 to be combined in vertical and horizontal line array configurations to satisfy many different venue requirements during temporary events and for permanent installations. For easier use and integration with other speakers or amplifiers, the KK102 allows the user to select two different values of impedance (8Ω – 32Ω). At 32Ω as many as 4 KK102 speakers can be powered off a single amplifier channel at 8Ω (up to 8 elements @ 4Ω), which eliminates the need of 70 V amplifiers for wider distributed installed systems. The KK102 is able to reproduce the whole vocal frequency range with high intelligibility, starting from 150 Hz. Integrating one of the Redline series powered subwoofers (KMT12, KMT18, KMT21), configured with specific presets for the KK102 assures excellent coverage of the entire musical frequency range.The K-array KA amplifier series have pre-sets optimized for KK102 use that can be uploaded from a computer.
All KK102 components are designed by the K-array R&D department and custom-made under the K-array quality control system.