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Truffle-KTR25

Truffle-KTR25

The Truffle-KTR25 is the medium model in the compact line of Truffle subwoofers for deeper bass experience.

The source subwoofer has a frequency range of 45 Hz to 150 Hz and is comprised of a single 5.25" driver with passive radiators. Designed to remain unseen, the Truffle-KTR25 has an 10"-long cylindrical speaker box equipped with one 5.25" active driver and one symmetrical 5.25" passive speaker on the opposite side – perfect for an omnidirectional low-end source.

This subwoofer provides the low-end frequencies for the Azimut-KAMUT2L14 audio system.

More information about the Truffle line

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Visually Discreet

For architectural reasons, a visually discreet audio system may be required to integrate seamlessly with the layout without compromising sound quality.

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Unique Performance-to-Size Ratio

Produces an impressive high-power performance by producing a high SPL from a small frame.

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Lightweight

We created a portfolio complete with lightweight products that are easy to transportation and quick to setup optimizing logistics, space, labor costs and time.

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Weather Resistant

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.

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Specifications

General

  • Type Passive subwoofer
  • Transudcers 5.25" woofer + passive radiator
  • Frequency Response (1) 45 Hz – 150 Hz (-6 dB)
  • Maximum SPL (2) 115 dB (peak)
  • Rated Power 80 W
  • Coverage Omni
  • Connectors 2PIN euroblock connector (included)
  • Nominal Impedance 4 Ω

Handling and Finishes

  • Dimensions (W x H x D) 152 x 147 x 258 mm (6.0 x 5.8 x 10.2 in)
  • Weight 2,5 kg (5.51 lb)
  • Material Aluminum
  • Color Black
  • Finishes Powder Matte

Regulations

  • IP Rating IP64
  • Notes for data:
    (1) With dedicated preset
    (2) Maximum SPL is calculated using crest factor 4 (12dB) measured at 1 m.
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    Passive loudspeakers require dedicated presets loaded on K-array amplifiers.
    New materials and designs are introduced into existing products without previous notice.