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HK Audio’s next Linear step

HK Audio’s next Linear step
The Linear 7 family

HK Audio’s next Linear step

The L7 110 XA is a 10-inch powered speaker, while the L7 112 XA and L7 112 FA are both 12-inch powered enclosures

Linear 7 is the latest family added to HK Audio’s Linear Series, which also includes Linear 3 and Linear 5. There are five members of the Linear 7 family on launch: four mid/high units and one subwoofer.

The L7 110 XA is a 10-inch powered speaker, while the L7 112 XA and L7 112 FA are both 12-inch powered enclosures with multi-purpose housing and full-range housing with clustering angles being the differences. Then there’s the 15-inch, active L7 115 FA and the L7 118 SUB A subwoofer. All five units are Milan-ready and feature Powercon connections. Linear 7’s Ethernet-controlled DSP technology can be used to control existing Linear speakers using an integrated DSP out. The subwoofer offers several cardioid presets, selected via a button on the enclosure.

The Linear 3 High Performance Pack
The Linear 3 High Performance Pack

Meanwhile, HK Audio has released three new turnkey Linear 3 system packages, aimed at bands and DJs that wish to control their own live sound. The L3 Compact Venue Pack is suited to bands performing at small venues, the High Performance Pack powers performances for up to 500 people and the L3 Bass Power Pack is for DJs playing bass-heavy music for crowds of up to 250.

HK has also launched the first two units in its SI (System Integrator) range: the P10i and P10j. These line source speakers each feature 10 3-inch drivers and are designed for installation in large rooms with long reverberation times and noisy indoor venues, as well as outdoor long-throw applications. The SI line has also been developed for use in voice alarm systems, for water and weather resistance, and is available in more than 30 different colours.

Finally, the Cosmo C 6 speaker has debuted, built for venues where the front row of audience is close to the stage and the speakers need to be flown lower than 6m in height. This is because the C 6 combines a wide throw pattern and relatively low height.

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