Kiva II is a new modular line source, adding 6 dB of max SPL versus its predecessor, maximized amplifier density with 16-ohm impedance, and a new sturdy cabinet.
Despite its ultra-compact format, Kiva II incorporates L-Acoustics Wavefront Sculpture Technology, giving it a long throw capability and delivering even SPL from the front row to the back. Its coplanar transducer arrangement and new K front grill generate symmetric horizontal coverage of 100 degrees without secondary lobes over the entire frequency range.
Weighing 31 pounds, the product’s elegant lines and flush-fitted rigging allow it to melt into any architecture, and a natural fit for installations in churches, performing arts centers, and special events demanding minimum visual obtrusion, particularly in L-ISA multi-channel installations.
The X12 is a jack of all trades, designed for a wide range short throw applications. It can be flown or mounted for multi-channel, distributed or fill applications but is powerful and rugged enough to be deployed as a stage monitor.
Ellipsoid directivity of 90 x 60 degrees gives optimal coverage for a multitude of situations, and the compact footprint allows it to be discreetly integrated into any architecture or scenery, preserving sightlines for the audience. It’s passive design gives it maximum efficiency, reducing the need for amplified controllers.
At 44 pounds, the X12 is easy to rig or mount. Integrated risers allow for a 35- or 55-degree angle on stage, and a deep selection of rigging accessories offers numerous install possibilities. Four enclosures can be powered by a single LA4X amplified controller.