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Ultra-flat line array element -Black-

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The Vyper-KV50 is an ultra-flat passive
speaker system comprised of eight 1”
neodymium magnet transducers housed in
an elegant yet sturdy aluminum chassis.
The eight closely-spaced cone drivers
provide true line array characteristics: phase
coherence, low distortion and focused
listening in both the near field and at a
distance from the speaker. A steel bracket
accessory provides an option to mount wall
application for permanent installations.
For easier use and integration with other
speakers or amplifiers, the Vyper allows
the user to select two different values of
impedance (16Ω – 64Ω). At 64Ω as many
as 16 Vypers can be powered off a single
amplifier channel at 4Ω, which eliminates
the need of 70 V amplifiers for wider
distributed installed systems.
The Vyper is able to reproduce the
Pure Array Technology (PAT)
Composed of closely-spaced, full-range
sound sources, our line array elements
feature Pure Array Technology. With no
crossover and no reflex, a perfect phase
response is achieved in both the near and
far fields, making these columns the perfect
solution to cover long distances uniformly.
The narrow vertical coverage minimizes the
sound spill towards the ceiling and the floor,
thus increasing the intelligibility in highly
reverberant environments.
whole vocal frequency range with high
intelligibility, starting from 150 Hz.
Integrating one of the K-array subwoofers
KU family, powered by a KA amplifiers
set with specific presets optimized for the
Vyper assures excellent coverage of the
entire musical frequency range.
All Vyper components are designed by the
K-array R&D department and are custom
made under the K-array quality control
system.

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