K-array will be previewing its new Tornado active micro loudspeaker at ISE in Amsterdam. The Tornado is designed for point source applications and high quality distributed systems. The K-Array KT20 Tornado 2″ passive point source speaker is pictured below.
“The Tornado series once comprised eight speaker models,” says Francesco Maffei, K-array’s product specialist. “We’ve decided to incorporate their unique features in streamlined versions.”
“With its ability to effortlessly reproduce both speech and music, the Tornado makes an excellent choice for fixed applications such as theatre, museum displays, restaurants, portable systems for corporate AV presentations, department stores, and in hidden locations such as chancel steps in houses of worship,” adds Maffei.
The new KA24 and the KA84 amplifiers – simplified and upgraded with an integrated DSP touch panel – will also be on show.