The Python-KP52 is a passive speaker comprised of six 3.15" neodymium magnet woofers housed in an elegant and resistant half-meter frame. The KP52 can reproduce the entire vocal frequency range with high intelligibility, starting from 120 Hz and integrating one of our Thunder or Rumble subwoofers assures excellent coverage of the entire musical frequency range.
It features selectable 8Ω or 32Ω impedance that provides easier use and integration with other speakers or amplifiers. At 32Ω as many as 8 KP52 I speakers can be powered off a single amplifier channel at 4Ω, which eliminates the need of 70V lines for wider-distributed installed systems.
For maximum adaptability to any venue, our slim line arrays are modular when employing dedicated hardware that allows the joining of more units to reach a desired length and guarantee a perfect coverage.
Unique Performance-to-Size Ratio
Produces an impressive high-power performance by producing a high SPL from a small frame.
For architectural reasons, a visually discreet audio system may be required to integrate seamlessly with the layout without compromising sound quality.
We have the ability to customize your project by color matching your system to any RAL code to help you to better integrate the speakers into a wide variety of venues.
Similar to high-end fashion accessories and jewelry, our products undergo the most advanced coating process for a more beautiful and lustrous look.
We utilize the most durable and resistant materials when developing our products to protect and conserve the system regardless of the elements, rendering a K-array installation reliable and long-lasting.
We have developed and refined a customized finishing for Marine applications. The finishing can resist bad weather and oxidation caused by salt water.
Pure Array Technology
Composed of closely-spaced, full-range sound sources, our line array elements feature demonstrate pure line array characteristics.
The directivity of many K-array solutions can be modified in order to optimize the coverage. Our column loudspeakers are equipped with a regulator with two coverage options: SPOT for very narrow sound dispersion and FLOOD for wider coverage.
Selectable impedance lets the user to choose the right loudspeaker impedance value allowing to set the proper load and maximize performance.
This solution is EN54-24 Certified meaning that it complies with voice alarm regulations to guarantee proper intelligible audio from a public address system in the case of evacuation or public safety alerts.
- Type Line array
- Transducers 6 x 3.15" neodymium magnet woofers
- Frequency Response (1) 120 Hz – 18 kHz (-6 dB)
- Maximum SPL (2) 128 dB (peak)
- Rated Power 360 W
- Coverage V. 10° - 45° | H. 90°
- Connectors SpeakOn NL4 1+ 1- (signal); 2+ 2- (through)
- Nominal Impedance 8 Ω / 32 Ω selectable
Handling and Finishes
- Dimensions (W x H x D) 89 x 520 x 118 mm (3.5 x 20.5 x 4.7 in)
- Weight 5,8 kg (12.78 lb)
- Material Stainless Steel
- Color Black, White, Custom RAL
- Finishes Gold, Polished, Brushed
- IP Rating IP64 (3)
- EN54-24 EN 54-24:2008 compliant (4)
- Notes for data:
(1) With dedicated preset.
(2) Maximum SPL is calculated using crest factor 4 (12dB) measured at 8 m then scaled at 1 m
(3) More complete water protection with K-IP65KITA and K-IP65KITB accessories (IP65 compliant)
(4) See specification for EN 54-24 applications in products user’s guide
Passive loudspeakers require dedicated presets loaded on K-array amplifiers.
New materials and designs are introduced into existing products without previous notice.
KP52 I DatasheetVer. 5.1
KP52 I KP102 I User GuideVer. 3.1
KP52 I KP102 I User Guide EN54 VersionVer. 1.1
EASE & EASE Focus DataVer. 4.0
EASE Evac DataVer. 2.0
KP52 I DWG 3DVer. 2.1
KP52 I DXF 2DVer. 4.0
KP52 I 3DS 3DVer. 2.0
KP52 I PDF 3DVer. 2.1
KP52 I LayoutVer. 2.1
KP52 I Architects SpecsVer. 2.0
KP52 I KP102 I EN54 Declaration Ver. 1.0
EASE Focus 3 Download
Declaration of Conformity -CE- Passive LoudspeakersVer.1.0
BIM: KP52files in Revit
Python-KP52 I can be successfully used in a range of different settings and events.