K-array Attacks Loudspeakers Nynja-Style

Anaheim, CA (January 19, 2010)—At NAMM, K-Array introduced the miniature Lyzard loudspeaker and the Nynja 3D line-array element.
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Nynja KJ50vbAnaheim, CA (January 19, 2010)—At NAMM, K-Array introduced the miniature Lyzard loudspeaker and the Nynja 3D line-array element.

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The Lyzard KZ10 is an ultra-miniature speaker that is barely larger than an average cell phone. Available in black or white, the KZ10 is aimed for use in restaurants and bars, museums and conference rooms, and any other facilities that require discreet audio solutions. The slim, miniature column measures 1.7 centimeters deep and weighs 3.2 ounces. It delivers audio with an output of 92 decibels continuous and is housed in a case built around a strong aluminum chassis. The enclosure contains a line array of 4-inch by 0.5 inch-long excursion, full-range drivers. Up to four KZ10s can be integrated into the K-array KKS50 sub bass, extending the frequency range to 35 Hertz.

Meanwhile, the ultra-flat Nynja KJ50vb is a variable dispersion, high-tech 3D line-array element. Available in black or white, the KJ50vb is designed for live stage and TV monitoring, as well as ceiling PA or monitor installations. It offers variable independent horizontal coverage, variable DSP selectable vertical coverage, a plus/minus 15-degree focus area, multiple two-inch-long excursion full-range drivers, and high dynamic range capability.

“The key advantage of the Lyzard and Nynja speakers is that they offer small, easily concealable audio solutions that deliver incredible power,” says Dawn Birr, channel manager for systems integration at Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, the U.S. distributor of K-array products.

K-array
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Sennheiser USA
www.sennheiserusa.com