New York (January 20, 2011)–Sennheiser hosted the U.S. debut of distributed brand K-array’s latest loudspeaker, the KR400S, at the recent NAMM show.
Built in Italy, the KR400S is a slim, two-way loudspeaker designed for small to medium wavefront systems in both mobile and installed applications. It includes two KR400 satellites and two KL21ma powered subwoofers. The KL21ma subwoofers feature a 2,500 watt, 21-inch drive unit with neodymium magnet structure and suspension. Its reflex cabinet is fitted with four pocket handles and one 35 mm pole mounting point for installation of satellite speakers.
The KR400S also features a line array of 24 by 3-inch high efficiency neodymium magnet drivers; can do 132 dB continuous, 138 dB peak; and sports an iontegrated mounting system, as well as onboard DSP, with 16 dedicated presets. Sennheiser says the line is aimed at various live audio and installed sound applications, including concert halls, theatres, clubs, outdoor venues, corporate and institutional facilities, houses of worship, broadcast studios and more.