K-array Intros Compact Full-Range Speaker Line Called Domino


K-array’s new full-range speaker line, Domino. These compact stainless steel speakers with plug and play capabilities do not require presets and can be driven by any amplifier making them the perfect solution for applications from intimate restaurants to live concert settings. 

The new line consists of three speakers: the KF26, the KF210 and the KF212. The KF26 is the smallest of the trio measuring less than 12 centimeters deep. It is comprised of a 6” and a 2” neodymium magnet woofer coaxially mounted plus one 6” passive radiator to extend the bass response. The KF26 has a selectable impedance (8/32) and 90° coverage, horizontally and vertically. Designed as a passive speaker, the KF26 can be transformed into a self-powered speaker just by inserting the specific amplifier accessory, KA1-FF. With a max SPL of 109dB, the KF26 is the designed for smaller installations.

The KF210 is the mid-sized option of the Domino line that has a 10” and a 3” neodymium magnet woofer coaxially mounted in addition to a 10” passive radiator. Like the KF26, the KF210 has selectable impedance and wide vertical and horizontal coverage. 

The largest and most powerful of the Domino line is the KF212. Comprised of a 12” coaxial transducer with a titanium dome and a 12” passive radiator, the KF212 really packs a punch. With a depth of 20 cm, the KF212 is the ideal solution for clubs and lounges to live concerts. 

The Domino line also has several accessories. Wall brackets are included while other useful tools are available for purchase, like the flush mount recessing frame, K-WF26 and K-WF210, used to further hide the speakers. Domino is available in a 24 K gold plated finish and brushed or polished stainless steel finishes, in addition to the standard black and white. Here are all the details.

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