Sennheiser Electronic K-Array KR400S


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Sennheiser Electronic K-Array KR400S

Portable loudspeaker

Crafted in Italy, the KR400S is an ultra-slim, two-way loudspeaker designed for small-to-medium wavefront systems in both mobile and installed applications. It includes two KR400 satellites and two KL21ma powered subwoofers. The KL21ma subwoofers feature a 2,500W, 21" drive unit with neodymium magnet structure and suspension, which is engineered for maximum line excursions. Its ultra-light reflex cabinet is fitted with four pocket handles and one 35mm pole mounting point for easy installation of satellite speakers. The KR400S also features a line array of 24 by 3" high efficiency neodymium magnet drivers enclosed in an ultra-strong chassis.
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