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Turtle

Low-profile, variable coverage stainless steel speaker

The Turtle line, comprised of a passive model, KRM33P and a self-powered model, KRM33, is an ultra-compact and low-profile wedge speaker with a controlled horizontal pattern and an extended frequency response. With three 3.15” cone drivers and one 6” passive radiator, this combination guarantees a controlled and linear emission on a wide range, with a bass enhancement mode that can go from 70Hz to 18KHz.

The controlled horizontal dispersion gives the possibility of creating horizontal arrays which increase the SPL and the coverage while maintaining a high and constant signal-before-feedback within all the cluster’s beams.

Like the reptile, the speakers’ stainless steel chassis is a sturdy and durable box which is also remarkably short. Thanks to this feature, the Turtle can be easily and discreetly integrated in scenography designs, broadcast studios as well as under-balcony installations in theaters.

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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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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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Color Customizable

We have the ability to customize your project by color matching your system to any RAL color to help you to better integrate the speakers into a wide variety of venues.

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Technology

Selectable Coverage

The directivity of many K-array solutions can be modified in order to optimize the coverage. Like our column loudspeakers, this solution is equipped with a regulator with two coverage options: SPOT for very narrow sound beaming and FLOOD for wider coverage.

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Turtle line products can be successfully used in a range of different settings and events.

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