K-array’s compact subwoofers have just been scaled down even more. Components from the K-array subwoofer line have been modified to create a smaller yet extremely powerful bass system comprised of one 6” Neodymium transducer and one 6” passive radiator engineered for maximum linear excursion and minimum residual noise. With a frequency range of 45 Hz to 150 Hz the
Rumble-KU26 is a companion to the K-array Lyzard Vyper Tornado and Anakonda speakers. The combination provides full range frequency response with prodigious output and a virtually invisible profile.
The KU26 boasts extended frequency response and is electronically protected. Its Neodymium transducer has a dual voice coil (16+16 Ω) for selectable impedance settings (8/32 Ω) allowing you to combine up to eight KU26 units powered by just one KA84 amplifier channel. KU26 is made entirely of steel making it extremely resistant even when deployed outside in
tough weather conditions. This is ideal for water-front environments where ordinary bass speakers would corrode. It cannot be penetrated by foreign objects like dust sand or water which over time can damage an
ordinary audio element. The subwoofer is available in black or white to adapt to the aesthetics for almost all applications and has dedicated accessories available and includes
integrated flying points for various setups. The KU26 has been designed to extend the low range in small to medium size rooms. Applications vary from hotels and churches to pubs and restaurants as well as stores and conferences. All KU26 components are designed by the K-array R&D department and custom made under the K-array quality control system.