L-Acoustics updates its Kara line array with flexible directivity

L-Acoustics, distributed by Jands in Australia, has announced the Kara II, a modular line source with the addition of Panflex which gives Kara four-in-one directivity.

Kara II morphs to fit any design, offering consistent coverage and SPL distribution with precise focus in four different directivity patterns: 70° or 110° symmetrical and 90° asymmetrical, steering to either the left or right. In its 70° configuration, Kara II packs a full 2dB more than in 110°.

It features a two-way active WST enclosure, 55Hz to 20Hz bandwidth and a maximum 142dB SPL all in the one 26kg package.

“Kara has been a perpetual best-seller for a reason. Its lightweight, diminutive form factor and strong, consistent SPL make it the perfect tool for a plethora of events or permanent installs,” L-Acoustics executive director of application design Florent Bernard says.

“When we introduced Panflex to the industry, our clients told us this was the only thing missing from Kara. We listened, and the new Kara II brings our medium-format line array into a new era of added directivity and improved polar stability.”

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