The GH8 will premiere at InfoComm in Las Vegas

Europe - K-array’s KGEAR line has introduced the latest addition to its GH series of loudspeakers in the form of the GH8, which will premiere to an international market at InfoComm in Las Vegas in June.

Building upon its predecessor, the GH4, the GH8 includes a dual-cone, eight-inch full-range woofer that is designed to produce rich sound quality in a convenient form factor.

"The GH8 represents a significant leap forward in our commitment to delivering cutting-edge audio solutions,” says Lorenzo De Poi, brand manager at KGEAR. “With its combination of Pure Array Technology (PAT) and Slim Array Technology (SAT), the GH8 strikes a perfect balance between sleek design and powerful performance."

One of the key features of the GH8 is its integration of cardioid technology, which aims to allow for precise sound directionality, minimising unwanted noise and ensuring a focused audio experience. Whether used as a point-source box or configured into an array of up to eight units, the new GH8 is a suitable choice for a variety of applications including both fixed installations, such as those in hospitality environments, and live events.

"We’re excited about the launch of the GH8 as it completes the GH family, bridging the gap between the versatile and high-popular GH4 and the powerful GH12,” De Poi continues. “The GH8 expands our ecosystem of high-performance point-source solutions, providing customers with even more options."

With its IP64 outdoor rating, the GH8 is designed for optimal performance in any setting. Furthermore, with a range of accessories available, the GH8 caters to the diverse needs of systems integrators, from long-term installations to quick set-up and tear-down projects such as those for live events.

The GH8 seamlessly integrates with K-array Kommander amplifiers, offering optimum performance and sound quality through preset configurations, increasing the choice of high-performance point-source solutions for immersive and distributed applications, whilst still allowing the possibility to create pure line arrays.

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