Aiming to be architecturally transparent, the latest addition to the KF800 series is intended for installation work.

Whitinsville, MA (February 26, 2019)—Eastern Acoustic Works has added to its long-running KF800 series with the new KF810P line array, a three-way system designed specifically for installed applications.

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The KF810P integrates two ported 10-inch low-frequency drivers with 3-inch voice coils; four 5-inch mid-range drivers with 1.7-inch voice coils; and two high-frequency drivers with 1.4-inch exits and 3-inch voice coils. Tuned, phase-aligned spacing of the low-frequency components reportedly extend pattern control.

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The output of the various sources unites through an integrated horn that occupies nearly the entire forward face of the speaker enclosure, delivering up to 145 dB SPL with pattern control down to 250 Hz, according to EAW. Using the company’s Concentric Summation Array technology, the components within the horn are integrated so that multiple subsystems sum coherently, resulting in a response from 50 Hz to 20 kHz. Nominal beamwidth is either 80° or 100° horizontal by 10° vertical.

The KF810P is offered in black or white, and sports “invisible” wiring, and concealed three-point rigging for an architecturally transparent look. A weather-rated option enables long-term installation in difficult environments. The speakers include a full EAW warranty.

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