Pro audio loudspeaker manufacturers PK Sound will be showcasing its latest robotic live sound and install solutions at the 2020 NAMM show.
On display will be PK Sound’s mid-sized line array Trinity10, its Gravity218 subwoofers, and the latest mobile-friendly version of its live sound management software, Kontrol 2.5. All of these products are currently shipping worldwide.
Trinity10 is modelled off of PK Sound’s larger Trinity system, bringing all of its many features into a mid-sized line array suitable for a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications. Trinity10’s 3000 W Class D amplifiers are designed to provide high headroom and a tight response across the entire frequency spectrum.
The brand’s Gravity218 subwoofer, available in both touring and installation versions, features 8,000 W of Class D power and uses Integrated Power Adaptive Loudspeaker (IPAL) technology. As with Trinity10, it pairs seamlessly with PK’s Kontrol 2.5 software and, using Automtic-Array detection, it can instantly map cabinet positions into the software. It is manufactured in North America.
Kontrol 2.5 has redesigned PK Sound’s live sound management software for mobile devices, giving FOH engineers the ability to fine-tune their line arrays and subwoofers without the need of a laptop. In addition to this, PK Sound has expanded its compatibility with its existing install and manual-series offerings, allowing for total control in any live scenario.
“Between Trinity, Gravity, and Kontrol, we’re giving FOH engineers the ability to have a completely synergistic relationship with live audio, and the added ability to use it in almost any scenario,” said PK Sound founder and CEO, Jeremy Bridge, “Therefore we’ve been thrilled to see how touring acts and club installers have embraced Trinity and Gravity around the world.”
During NAMM 2020, PK Sound will be located at ACC North Level 2, Booth 17307.