The basic building block of the Event line is the Event-KR101. The all-white mono column is comprised of a Kobra-KK102 loudspeaker to provide uniform coverage and is paired with a Thunder-KMT12 subwoofer to deliver a big sound in the low range. The top is affixed to the sub with a pole shaped as a Kobra to create a line of continuity in its discreet design and to hide cables at the same time.
On its own, the kit is ideal events with speech requirements and background music. However, the column boasts modular capabilities and can be combined with the other elements in the Event line to create the system that is optimized for each different occasion.
To provide complete versatility, these all-white solutions can be combined in any number of combinations and adapt to the needs of different venues and events to ensure seamless integration throughout.
For architectural reasons, a visually discreet audio system may be required to integrate seamlessly with the layout without compromising sound quality. We put careful thought into designing a sleek form factor taking into consideration shape, space and function, resulting in a delicate balance of durable materials and advanced technology.
Plug and Play
Easy to use and quick to install, our active systems are developed with the end user in mind. There is no need to manually configure the system; it's ready to go as soon as it's connected so simply switch it on.
Pure Array Technology
Composed of closely-spaced, full-range sound sources, our line array elements feature demonstrate pure line array characteristics.
With no drivers dedicated to the high frequencies, no bass reflex or passive radiators dedicated to the low end, there are no crossover points and a perfect phase response is achieved in both the near and far fields.
All the sound sources in the array are identical and perfectly coupled producing a true line array with benefit of having the sound beam radiated by the column very wide on the horizontal plane and very narrow on the vertical plane. The amount of energy sent towards the ceiling and the floor is then minimized greatly improving the intelligibility in highly reverberant venues like houses of worship and conference rooms.
Furthermore, such a focused sound beam is able to cover a long distance uniformly: both the audience located in front of the array and at the back of the venue will experience the same tonal balance without the need of several delay lines.
With no horns and no waveguides, PAT columns can be joined to create longer arrays. The longer the array, the narrower the sound beam and the further the distance that can be covered uniformly.
Dedicated accessories aid in connecting the columns and tilting at an angle, while dedicated stacking and suspending hardware render the installation quick and easy.
Made from stainless steel with the possibility to customize the appearance with fine finishes and an endless spectrum of color choices, K-array’s discreet PAT columns meet the demands of architects, system integrators and rental companies alike who are looking for invisible systems that provide excellent audio quality in sleek form.
Built-in DSP allows for fine tuning of every single sonic parameter of the loudspeaker, providing the sound engineer the highest control on overall performance and fine granularity in system configuration, including processing, matrix and delays.
The directivity of many K-array solutions can be modified in order to optimize the coverage. Our column loudspeakers are equipped with a regulator with two coverage options: SPOT for very narrow sound beaming and FLOOD for wider coverage.
Four-Corner Port Configuration
The unique four-corner port configuration provides symmetrical back loading to the speakers, for extended bass response with very low distortion. The port configuration also provides incredible structural strength to the cabinet, despite its light weight.