Tornado
KT2 Title
2” point source multipurpose loudspeaker
 
  
KT2-KT2C
KT2-KT2C
KT2-KT2C
Features

High performance-to-size ratio
Single 2” long excursion full range driver
Wide-range frequency response
Integrated 4-pin Phoenix connector
Double voice-coil driver for variable impedance 8-32Ω
Compact aluminium ultra strong chassis
Weather resistant IP54
 
Colors available

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Specific RAL code for a customized painted model
 
Applications

Audio for museum and exhibit displays
Space-sensitive fills and distributed systems for speech and music
Suitable for theatres and broadcast
Installed audio-visual systems

Details

The Tornado series is a miniature sound source designed for high-quality distributed systems. Housed in a compact aluminium enclosure, the Tornado is suitable for space sensitive and architectural design installations. The Tornados are a turn-key loudspeaker solution; designed as passive speakers, that can be easily converted into self-powered devices by inserting the KA1-T2 12V/24V amplifier module. Tornados have a proprietary 2” high efficiency drive unit with a neodymium magnet structure and a suspension engineered for maximum linear excursion and minimum residual transducer interference. The cone transducer delivers an impressive maximum peak SPL of 107dB, and has a wide operating frequency range from 150 Hz to 18 kHz with very low distortion. With its ability to effortlessly reproduce both speech and music, it makes an excellent choice for fixed applications such as theatre, museum displays, restaurants, portable systems for corporate AV presentations, department stores, and in hidden locations such as chancel steps in houses of worship. The KT2 and KT2W come with a wall bracket for fixed installations or surface applications. The KT2C and KT2CW come with a ceiling brackets for ceiling mounts. All Tornado components are designed by the K-array R&D department and custom made under the K-array quality control system.

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