K-array has announced the addition of the new KSC18P subwoofer to the Thunder family as well as the new KFC26 full-range loudspeaker, both made designed primarily for residential audio applications.
The Thunder-KSC18P is a passive subwoofer with a fixed impedance of 4 ohms, with a small footprint and extended low-end response. It’s equipped with a single 18-inch neodymium woofer with a 4.5-inch voice coil for operation at higher SPL in demanding conditions. Peak output is stated as 134 dB with frequency response extending down to 20 Hz.
The Domino-KFC26 passive loudspeaker incorporates a 6-inch neodymium woofer, a 1.1-inch dome tweeter, and a 6-inch passive radiator designed to extend bass response. It offers fixed impedance and stated peak SPL of 115 dB and 140-degree horizontal and vertical dispersion.
Less than 5 inches deep, the stainless steel Domino-KFC26 can be transformed into a self-powered model by inserting the specific amplifier accessory. The KWF26 accessory supports flush-mounting the loudspeaker into walls or ceilings.
The company states that it has also developed, refined and customized finishing for Marine applications that can resist harsher weather conditions and oxidation caused by salt, along with providing the ability to customize projects by color matching the loudspeakers to any RAL code, Benjamin Moore or Sherwin Williams color.
K-array will be showcasing these new models and its extensive residential product line in Dallas later this month at the 2022 CEDIA Expo (September 29 – October 1) at booth #26081.