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K-array Anakonda KAN200

Nigel Lord 19 June 2013
K-array Anakonda KAN200

What is it? A flexible array element designed for situations where a traditional enclosure can’t be used but where intelligibility and reliability are required.   Details The KAN200 is suitable for use with all distributed sound systems – as a stand-alone module or in combination with K-array subwoofers. Speaker elements can be wound around columns or mounted on curved or irregular-shaped objects. Typical applications include outdoor installations, theme parks and indoor/outdoor scenography design. The design offers high impedance for long lines and dedicated presets said to work across a wide frequency range.   According to Italy-based K-array, the KAN200’s lightness and flexibility ensure easy integration into existing structures; each module is 2m long and can be extended with additional modules up to a maximum of 16 elements to produce 32m of continuous sound line. The Anakonda KAN200 is equipped with two Speakon NL4 connectors, with male and female components located (respectively) at the top and bottom and completely integrated in the body of the speaker. Each module is supplied with two fabric ‘socks’, one black and one white, which can be used to cover and protect the speaker against ingress of dust and foreign objects.   And another thing… The KAN200 package also includes dedicated wall brackets said to make installation as easy and fast as possible and can be supplied using RAL paint codes for customised applications.

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