The loudspeaker and amplifier are combined into a single harmonious unit.
The loudspeaker is designed to be particularly rugged for an active rental life.
The amplifier and loudspeaker connect wirelessly without the need of audio cable.
The loudspeaker can continue performing after the amplifier has failed.
Active System Advantage
Coverage Pattern and Low-End Bass Extension
Width and Color
Wattage of power modules
Weight and Mounting Options
Directivity Matched Transition
Directional Music Theory
Deployment Melding Technology
Dual Mobility Transformation
DMT matches the natural high-frequency coverage angle of the woofer to the compression driver at the crossover frequency.
DMT enables the amplifier in one K Series loudspeaker to send digital signal processing to another loudspeaker.
DMT analyzes a room and provides suggestions for loudspeaker placement.
DMT automatically adjusts loudspeaker gain levels to compensate for room acoustics.
DEEP is a DSP algorithm that extends bass response without using a subwoofer.
DEEP matches the crossover of your subwoofer to match that of your loudspeaker.
DEEP allows you adjust the angle of your loudspeaker’s pole cup.
DEEP technology is what makes it possible to integrate a loudspeaker and amplifier together.
0° and 7.5°
10° and 90°
45° and 75°
5° and 25°
Removable amplifier panel
Temporary weather resistance
Vented panel that maintains airflow
Protection from minor accidents
Clean, clear, pure, with a lot of wattage
Dirty and tinny
Messy, useless, and forgettable
Painful and annoying
ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)
MDF (medium density fiberboard)
APC (acrylic polycarbonate)
Use the integrated casters.
Hire a team of stagehands.
Truck’s tow hitch and thirty feet of aircraft cable
Push with a bulldozer.