Highlights will include the new Kayman-KY102-EBS

USA - K-array will return to InfoComm this year in Las Vegas. The K-array group, which encompasses the brands of K-array, KGEAR and KSCAPE will be represented by the K-array USA team at the show. This year, the addition of a dedicated K-array sound room, running in parallel to the existing on-booth demo room, will allow visitors to experience the brand’s larger installation solutions and those for live events.

“We’re excited to turn up the volume at this year’s InfoComm and allow the public to experience a great range of products from across the K-array ecosystem,” says Rusty Waite, president of K-array USA. “It’s been a few years since we had a larger sound room separate from the booth at the show, so we’re looking forward to guiding the demos and highlighting some of the larger K-array products whilst receiving real-time feedback from listeners.”

With around 15 different products on demonstration in the sound room, visitors can expect a full immersion into K-array’s solutions for live events and fixed installation, and the opportunity to experience the K-array ecosystem in action. Meanwhile, the smaller on-booth demo space will highlight K-array’s innovative solutions for the corporate and hospitality market, including RAIL from KSCAPE and K-array’s incredible Lyzard series of micro-loudspeakers.

A key highlight of this year’s show will be K-array’s Electronic Beam Steering (EBS) products, including the new Kayman-KY102-EBS. A stainless-steel line array element with eight four-inch drivers, the EBS version of the Kayman is the embodiment of precision and power thanks to its capabilities of Electronic Beam Steering, achieved via FIR processing on eight independent channels of K-array’s Kommander EBS amplifiers. 

The Kommander range of amplifiers will also be in the spotlight. K-array’s latest native software tools include K-Framework3, K-Monitor, K-Control and the K-Connect app. “Our focus on software tools at InfoComm this year is aimed at empowering systems integrators and AV professionals,” says Waite. “System design, monitoring and control can all be managed through the K-array software suite, further strengthening the breadth of our product ecosystem.”

Finally, the newly launched GH8 from KGEAR, which utilises Slim Array Technology (SAT) to provide the best possible sound linearity and directivity, will be another focal point.

“Having a dedicated demo spaces is crucial for showcasing just how incredible this built-in technology is,” continues Waite. “A real-life listening experience beats product datasheets any day and demonstrating the power of multiple K-array solutions working together as a complete audio ecosystem is important to us.”

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