The Vyper-KV52 is a 50-cm-long passive line array comprised of eight 1” neodymium magnet transducers housed in an elegant and resistant aluminum chassis. The Vyper-KV52 features two different values of impedance (16Ω – 64Ω) with the benefit of comprising up to 16 units powered from a single 4Ω amplifier channel at the higher impedance, eliminating the need for dedicated 70 V amplifiers in wider distributed installed systems. The Vyper is able to reproduce the whole vocal frequency range with high intelligibility and unparalleled directivity. Vyper-KV52 are available in the colours black, white and premium finishes gold plated, polished and brushed.
For maximum adaptability to any venue, our slim line arrays are modular when employing dedicated hardware that allows the joining of more units to reach a desired length and guarantee a perfect coverage.
For architectural reasons, a visually discreet audio system may be required to integrate seamlessly with the layout without compromising sound quality.
We created a portfolio complete with lightweight products that are easy to transportation and quick to setup optimizing logistics, space, labor costs and time.
We utilize the most durable and resistant materials when developing our products to protect and conserve the system regardless of the elements, rendering a K-array installation reliable and long-lasting.
Similar to high-end fashion accessories and jewelry, our products undergo the most advanced coating process for a more beautiful and lustrous look.
We have the ability to customize your project by color matching your system to any RAL code to help you to better integrate the speakers into a wide variety of venues.
Pure Array Technology
Composed of closely-spaced, full-range sound sources, our line array elements feature demonstrate pure line array characteristics.
Selectable impedance lets the user to choose the right loudspeaker impedance value allowing to set the proper load and maximize performance.
This solution is EN54-24 Certified meaning that it complies with voice alarm regulations to guarantee proper intelligible audio from a public address system in the case of evacuation or public safety alerts.