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KV2 Audio has announced the introduction of 14 new products at this month's Musikmesse/ProLight & Sound.


These include the latest additions to the EX Active Series with a single 12" subwoofer, the EX1.2, and the double 6" high intelligibility EX26.

KV2 Audio’s sister company KX Audio added to its range of MI targeted products with the 1000 Watt 3-way active loudspeaker, the KX30, comprising a 15" low frequency driver, a horn loaded 6" mid range driver and a 1" compression driver. Along with the KX30, an 850 watt single 18" subwoofer, the KX1.8, completes the KX range.

Three brand new product ranges were unveiled beginning with the ESD Series. The ESD Passive Series. The ESP4000 rack mountable four-channel 4X1000 watt amplifier has also been designed specifically for use with the ESD speakers. The 2-way 6" ESD 6 and 2-way 12" ESD 12 were also on show on KV2's stand with the arrival of the 2-way 10" ESD 10 also imminent.

KV2 Audio also announced the LD Series. This is a selection of four DI style boxes that feature KV2's legendary VHD (Very High Definition) line drivers on every output. The range consists of the LDP Passive Line Driver, the LDD Direct Line Driver, the LDA Acoustic Instrument Line Driver and the LDM Mix Line Driver.

The first cabinets in the Krampera range of electric instrument cabinets were also unveiled. The B1 Bass Cabinet, featuring a single 12" driver and 1" compression driver, and the B1B Bass Cabinet, with a single 15" for added low end punch, made their first appearances.

For more information and full product specs, visit www.kv2audio.com.
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