Sennheiser’s K-array Intros New Loudspeaker Solutions at InfoComm

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Sennheiser announced several new product lines from its distributed brand K-array at InfoComm. Manufactured and designed in Italy, the new K-array loudspeaker solutions released include the Python andKMT Series for professional and install applications, the KB1R portable speaker solution and new Redline and Kobra Series models.
Redline Series
The new Redline Series models — KR102, KR202 and KR402 – feature updates to both the mid-hi line-array elements and powered subwoofers. The system now offers variable beam functionality and improved hardware and accessories, according to the company. Each system features two channels of class D amplification housed in the subwoofer. The rear panel provides input for a balanced line signal, balanced microphone signal with phantom power and digital signals in AES/EBU protocol. An integrated touch screen provides intuitive managing and editing of powerful DSP controlling. Each system includes the following:
  • KR102 ($7,999.95) – Includes a pair of KMT12 (12”) subs each with 2 channels of 1,000 W matched to a KK 102 with (16) 2” neodymium speaker elements.
  • KR202 ($11,499.95) – Includes a pair of KMT18 (18”) subs each with 2 channels of 1,000 W matched to two KK102 mid-high arrays. A coupling assembly allows the speakers to be mounted side-by-side for narrow to wide coverage. (Shipping fall 2012)
  • KR402 ($15,499.95)- Includes a pair of KMT21 (21”) subs each with 2 channels of 2,000 W matched to two KP102 mid-high arrays. A coupling assembly allows the speakers to be mounted side-by-side for narrow to wide coverage.
Kobra Series
The new K-array Kobra Series now offer variable beam functionality with 2-inch drivers housed in a stainless steel chassis. The 50-centimeter KK52 ($1,249.95) and 100-centimeter KK102 ($2,229.95) are compatible with a variety of rigging accessories for vertical and horizontal line-array configurations for both temporary and permananet installations. Installers can also integrate one of the Redline series powered subwoofers (KMT12, KMT18, KMT21), or KA series amplifiers, with specific presets for the KK52 or KK102. Both systems are available in black or white.
Pyton Series
The all new K-array Python Series features 3-inch drivers with variable beam functionality housed in a stainless steel chassis. The 50-centimeter KP52 ($1,499.95) and 100-centimeter KP102 ($2,599.95) provide excellent vocal intelligibility and response down to 150 Hz. Both are compatible with K-array KA series installed amplifiers and KMT series subwoofers. They are available in black or white.
K-array KMT Subwoofer Series

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The new KMT multi-task subwoofer series features class D amplifiers, with a dedicated amplifying channel that supports varying speaker configurations, including single mid-high modules (K-array Kobra and Python series), multiple line arrays or the passive version of an additional bass module. The rear panel provides input for a balanced line signal, a balanced microphone signal with phantom power, digital signals in AES/EBU protocol and on an XLR for ease of cabling. An integrated touch screen provides intuitive managing and editing of powerful DSP controlling. The line comprises the following:
  • KMT12 ($2,399.95)- Redline series “multi-task” powered 12” subwoofer with integrated DSP, touch panel and powered output (also to be available as a passive version in fall 2012, $1,299.95)
  • KMT18($2,699.95) – Redline series “multi-task” powered 18” subwoofer with integrated DSP, touch panel and powered output (also to be available as a passive version, $1,599.95, both expected to ship fall 2012)
  • KMT21($4,199.95) – Redline series “multi-task” powered 21” subwoofer with integrated DSP, touch panel and powered output (also to be available as a passive version in fall 2012, $2,449.95)
For more information on all the new K-array solutions, click here: http://www.k-array.com/
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  • Steel Band

    Would love to trial this out – dont think this system has ever been used by a Steelband / Salsa / Reggae and Caribbean mobile Dj Setup before – audiences of 10 to 1000 from gentle background music to Carnival