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EAW completes its KF line of speakers with the 3-way KF200NT model.

 

The KF200NT  is a 100° conical, 3-way loudspeaker with integrated neodymium components and a co-axial mid/high frequency component. The KF200NT consists of a single 10-inch woofer with 2.5-inch voice coil and a coaxial mid-high driver consisting of 8-inch cone MF with 2-inch voice coil, and 1.75-inch voice coil compression driver HF. The KF200NT includes the option for permanent installation via multiple M10 permanent installation points and features 1500 Watts of amplification, EAW Focusing processing, software-accessible DSP, the U-Net network and an adaptable enclosure design.

 

 

Key Features

  • 3-way full range
  • Integrated pole cup
  • Permanent install points (multiple M10 points)
  • External rigging options (yoke, truss adapter, etc)
  • Stage monitor capabilities (using Adjustable Leg Accessory)
  • Universal Rigging

 

For more details on this product, head to www.eaw.com/products/KF200NT.html.

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